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Changes of organization in the food industry

, : Changes of organization in the food industry. Szervezes es Vezetes 15(4): 101-106

On 30 June 1980 the trust organizations in three food industries, namely, sugar, wine and tobacco, were liquidated, and the former trusts were transformed into independent firms. The liquidation of trusts and the formation of independent firms has taken place smoothly because the firms concerned had become increasingly independent within the framework of the trust organization.

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