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Agricultural performance in Eastern Europe, 1987

, : Agricultural performance in Eastern Europe, 1987. Staff Report, Economic Research Service, US Department of Agriculture (AGES881025): iv + 26

Growth in the centrally planned economies of Eastern Europe has slowed during the 1980s and in 1987 was set back by declines in agricultural output. However, with the exception of 1987, the region's deficit in agricultural trade has been improving, primarily because of generally increased production and decreased imports of grain.

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