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40 years sugar industry of East Germany


, : 40 years sugar industry of East Germany. Zuckerindustrie 120(3): 195-208

The sugar industry in the new German Lander has made enormous technical and economic progress since the takeover of the existing factories by German and Danish sugar companies and the restructuring of the industry. Reasons why this boom was not possible in the previous 40 years are explained.

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