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Judging the production level of agriculture in Hungary

, : Judging the production level of agriculture in Hungary. Gazdalkodas 29(6): 1-8

The results achieved in the last 15-20 years by several branches of Hungarian agriculture are remarkable. However, this dynamic development slowed down after the mid-1970s as foreign markets changed, and the prices of raw materials and energy rose. In addition, some elements of the regulatory system such as price relations became unfavourable for agriculture. Domestic producer prices still differ significantly from world market prices.

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