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Economic consequences of structural policy measures in the Dutch pig industry

Economic consequences of structural policy measures in the Dutch pig industry

Proefverslag Proefstation voor de Varkenshouderij ( 1.112): 72pp.

This research assesses the expected economic effects of five alternative structural policy measures for the Dutch pig sector. The consequences for pig producers are estimated for the years 1997 and 2005. The paper begins by looking at the current situation of pig production in the European Union, before going on to look more specifically at the situation in the Netherlands. The competitive position of Dutch pig farming is then examined.

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