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The effects of the integration of East Germany on the CAP: first calculations and indications


, : The effects of the integration of East Germany on the CAP: first calculations and indications. Staff Report Economic Research Service, United States Department of Agriculture ( AGES 9133): 187-194

The five East German Lander bring to the newly unified Germany some of the largest farms in Europe. Much of that agricultural sector, however, lacks current technology and is populated by too many individuals who do not have the skills, financial means, or inclination to be self-employed entrepreneurs.

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