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Agricultural performance in Eastern Europe, 1988

, : Agricultural performance in Eastern Europe, 1988. Staff Report Economic Research Service, United States Department of Agriculture ( AGES 89-38): vi + 27pp.

Farm output in Eastern Europe was nearly stagnant in 1988 and held down national income growth. Agricultural trade balances improved in most of the countries, as feed imports levelled off, livestock product exports rose, and domestic consumption declined. Unusually high rates of inflation were registered in the countries that are reforming their economies.

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