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Capacity of sugar factories in Czechoslovakia and in other European countries. 1. Number of sugar factories



Capacity of sugar factories in Czechoslovakia and in other European countries. 1. Number of sugar factories



Listy Cukrovarnicke 106(11): 241-252



Numbers of raw and white sugar factories and refineries in the Czech and Slovak republics are shown for each decade since 1829 and each year since 1945; numbers in each European country are shown at 6 dates from 1935-36 to 1988-89 and average annual change since 1954 is expressed as absolute value and percentage. The lowest annual output of refined sugar from a factory was about 10 kt, in Czechoslovakia and Bulgaria.

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