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The penetration of big firms and its repercussions on the fruit and vegetable industry


, : The penetration of big firms and its repercussions on the fruit and vegetable industry. Acta Horticulturae (40): 87-97

This paper tries to give a better understanding of the French fruit and vegetable industry with respect to the penetration of the "big" firms and its consequences. Indeed, as technical progress appears in all sectors, the fruit and vegetable industry offers a field of diversification for its growth rate as well as its chances of profit.

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