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Basis for successful development. Capital distribution and owner identity

, : Basis for successful development. Capital distribution and owner identity. Neue Landwirtschaft ( 12): 11-12

Most large farm businesses in East Germany, especially those which are successors to former agricultural production cooperatives (LPG), are under considerable pressures to succeed and to restructure. On the one hand they are expected to create a profit making farm business and on the other to satisfy the claims on capital assets of former LPG owners and earn dividends for new shareholders.

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