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Agricultural competition between Europe and the USA: the need for agreement

, : Agricultural competition between Europe and the USA: the need for agreement. Informacion Comercial Espanola (660-661): 67-76

In recent years it has been recognized that the EC was the world's largest importer of agricultural produce and the second largest exporter after the USA. The latest figures indicate, however, that the Community now appears to have overtaken the USA as the largest exporter. While the recent membership of Spain and Portugal may partly explain this, other factors have influenced the growth in the EC and the decline in US exports.

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