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Expected effect of price changes on the costs of the poultry sector

Expected effect of price changes on the costs of the poultry sector

Gazdalkodas 33(2): 44-47

Planned price changes in Hungary for 1989 will cause a 20% rise in poultry fodder costs. As a result, price increases for poultry products are being asked for.

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