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Quotas cure the European milk surplus


, : Quotas cure the European milk surplus. Hoard' s Dairyman 133(10): 491

Intervention stocks in the EEC at the start of the new marketing year in March 1988 amounted to 663 000 t butter and 380 000 t dried skim milk, approx. half the figures of a year earlier, even without taking into account substantial winter sales to the USSR.

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