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Can crop producers exist under liberal trade and production conditions?


, : Can crop producers exist under liberal trade and production conditions?. Erhvervsjordbruget ( 4): 6-13

When crop prices go down farmers must try to adapt and cut costs. It will be possible for efficient Danish crop growers who are able to enter into special contracts and supply specialist products to survive. It should be possible for growers to manage without any subsidies. Farmers in Denmark will also have to learn to compete with part-time growers.

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