Agricultural exports by cooperatives by D.E. Hirsch

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Subjects:

  • Cooperatives,
  • Marketing,
  • Agricultural products,
  • Foreign markets,
  • Exports

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Extract: The objective of this report is to present a basic audit of cooperative exporting. It measures the role and importance of cooperatives in exporting, and tells how many cooperatives are engaged in selling to foreign buyers, what commodities are involved, what the values are, which foreign countries receive the commodities, and--to a limited extent--how the sales and shipments are made. The base period is calendar year 1976.

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Includes references.

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Pagination85 p.
Number of Pages85
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Open LibraryOL26363297M

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