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European dairy business faces up to the Single Market


, : European dairy business faces up to the Single Market. European Dairy Magazine 5(4): 36-37

This paper provides an introduction to a series of profiles of current and future EC member countries, written by a recognized expert from each respective country, outlining the situation in that country's dairy industry just before commencement of the Single European Market, and the likely effects of the Single Market.

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