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Agricultural production and marketing cooperatives in Hungary


, : Agricultural production and marketing cooperatives in Hungary. Internationale Agrarindustrie Zeitschrift ( 5): 355-358

Agricultural Production and Marketing Cooperatives in Hungary are a looser form of cooperative than collective farms. They are organizations of independently operating peasant farmers, mostly in hilly areas or on poor land or engaged in small scale viticulture or fruit growing, living in small villages where conditions have been shown to be unsuitable for collectivization.

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