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An analysis by departement of the fall in agricultural land prices

, : An analysis by departement of the fall in agricultural land prices. Cahiers de Statistique Agricole (3/6): 49-57

The price of arable land in real value declined in all departements in France between 1978-84. The fall is estimated at 40% at national level, at 50% in ten departements and between 30-50% in about half the departements. The nominal value of arable land fell in 16 departements and that of natural grassland in 23 departements. The only increase in real value of natural grassland was observed in the departement of Gard.

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