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Basic requirements for further increasing labour productivity and improving efficiency as a decisive criterion for comprehensive intensification

Kooperation 21(5): p.223

Basic requirements for further increasing labour productivity and improving efficiency as a decisive criterion for comprehensive intensification

Further research on raising productivity in GDR agriculture must give priority to the following tasks: (1) working out production procedures with increasing use of key technologies and results of scientific and technical research; (2) the diffusion of practicable proposals for improving the economics of substituting high technology working procedures (using EDP and work site computer technology) for lower types of mechanization.

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