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European country surveys: Germany


, : European country surveys: Germany. Milk Industry London 95(12): 36-37

The reunification of Germany in 1990 has had a particular impact on the dairy sector. In contrast to the long transitional periods experienced by other new EC members, the former German Democratic Republic was fully absorbed into the CAP within a few months. Germany is currently the largest producer of milk in Europe with an output of more than 28 million t milk in 1992. The dairy industry has a predominantly regional structure, often operating at 2 levels.

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