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A review of the Irish agricultural machinery market (2 vols.)

, : A review of the Irish agricultural machinery market (2 vols.). A review of the Irish agricultural machinery market 2 vols: 133

In 1979 the Industrial Development Authority and the National Board for Science and Technology undertook a review of the agricultural machinery industry in Ireland. This two-volume report provides findings on technological and marketing capability, state services and financing product development. It makes proposals for development (short and medium term measures).

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