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The effects of the energy crisis on the Swedish horticultural industry

Acta Horticulturae (55): 81-89

The effects of the energy crisis on the Swedish horticultural industry

The energy crisis is causing mainly cash flow problems in the Swedish horticulture industry. To estimate the potential effects of the rise in costs and product prices, calculations have been made for major products. Short run compensations over high product prices are very uneven. The need for loans granted by the State has been estimated at 20 million Swedish crowns.

Accession: 000538589

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