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Switzerland-one of the European Community's most important trading partners

, : Switzerland-one of the European Community's most important trading partners. European Dairy Magazine ( 3): 13-16

In 1987, Switzerland obtained 66% of its imports of processed and unprocessed agricultural products from the EC and 54% of its agricultural exports (mainly cheese) were to EC countries.

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