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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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