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Investigation of the method of measuring the balance of food supply and demand

, : Investigation of the method of measuring the balance of food supply and demand. Rural Economy and Society ( 5): 33-35

The balance of food supply and demand is changing continually so that a measure taken at a fixed moment cannot reflect the true situation. The contribution of individual food items to the balance varies and must also be taken into account.

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