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Balancing production and demand for grain

, : Balancing production and demand for grain. Ekonomist ( 2): 48-52

In the period 1986-90, Kazakhstan was the only Soviet republic to produce a surplus of grain. The Ukraine was self sufficient but all other republics were importing areas. The reasons were partly one sided specialization (livestock, cattle, fruit) and also poor utilization of the cereals that were produced. With more intensive grain production, avoidance of high fodder usage and better utilization of raw materials by processors, most republics could be self sufficient in grain.

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