+ Translate

Agricultural production and marketing

, : Agricultural production and marketing. Revue de Droit Rural, Belgium (4): 277-284

The article summarizes the main lines of agricultural policy in Belgium from 1879 to the present day. After tracing the main developments in agriculture over the period, a detailed examination is made of the situation today. Integrated within the broader framework of EC agricultural policy, policy in Belgium is oriented towards achieving greater competitiveness.

(PDF 0-2 workdays service)

Accession: 001748940

Submit PDF Full Text: Here

Submit PDF Full Text

No spam - Every submission is manually reviewed

Due to poor quality, we do not accept files from Researchgate

Submitted PDF Full Texts will always be free for everyone
(We only charge for PDFs that we need to acquire)

Select a PDF file:

Related references

Mbiha, E.R., 1993: Effects of government intervention in maize production and marketing: implications for agricultural marketing and price liberalization in Tanzania. After presenting an introduction on the history of maize policy in Tanzania, the paper examines the effects of government intervention policy in the maize subsector, looking in particular at the production and availability of maize, the effects of...

Michalski, K.J., 1988: Problems of the agricultural marketing and economic stimulation of agricultural production in the developing countries. The demands on agricultural markets in developing countries will increase considerably in the future, mainly due to increased demand for foodstuffs by a fast-growing non-agrarian population and increased demand for agricultural raw materials for t...

Anonymous, 2004: Handbook of Agricultural Economics, Vol. 1A (Agricultural Production) and Vol. 1B (Marketing, Distribution and Consumers) (book review. Agricultural Economics 31(1): 7-9

Kamiiski, W., 1970: Criteria for optimal allocation of investments in agricultural production, the food processing industry and agricultural marketing. The proportion of total investment allotted to various branches of the agricultural sector (production, marketing and food processing) is analysed, with the object of obtaining an optimal internal investment structure. Investment decisions have in...

Faktor, Gl, 1972: Economics of production and marketing of agricultural products in the agricultural industrial cooperatives of some western European countries

Tong, D., 1991: Establishing a new system of agricultural information technology, production and marketing, and promoting the agricultural technological development of China. New horizons in agricultural information management: proceedings of an International Symposium March 13-16-1991 Beijing China 324

Anonymous, 1959: The survey of egg marketing in 14 Provinces of Thailand. Conducted by the Agricultural marketing section, Division of agricultural economics, Ministry of Agriculture. The survey was centered on 14 Provinces in central region where poultry raising was commercialized. Number of poultry farms under the survey was 182. The survey showed that there were five provinces where flocks of over 10, 000 birds were raised....

Lorinez, L., 1965: ILMA, the Latin American Agricultural Marketing Institute. A pioneering venture in agricultural marketing training and research. The Instituto Latinamericano de Mercadeo Agricola (ILMA) was officially constituted in January 1963. FAO was designated as the executing agency and the Instituto Nacional de Abastecimento (INA), the official agricultural price support agency, beca...

Jairath, M.S.; Baulch, B., 2002: Agricultural marketing institutions in arid India - a case study of Rajasthan State Agricultural Marketing Board. This paper examines the role and effectiveness of the Rajasthan State (India) Agricultural Marketing Board, and suggests possible changes in its institutional role especially in the wake of liberalization. The birth and functions of the Board, the...

Brunken, H., 1978: The marketing of agricultural products in selected regions of Ecuador and Bolivia. A contribution to the evaluation of agricultural marketing systems as a factor in socio-economic underdevelopment. In developing countries the marketing of farm products usually lags far behind their production. Data were collected between 1970-73 in four regions of Bolivia and Ecuador by development workers from the Federal German Development Service and expe...