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SUBJECT: usa; japan; development aid; amerique latine; belgique

A review of aid donors

Randel, J. et al. [1998]

SUBJECT: suisse; usa; development aid; japan; belgique

SUBJECT: republica de corea; world markets; exportation; suisse; usa

POSTED TO: Agra Europe Special Report (United Kingdom)

SUBJECT: spain; usa; japan; reino unido; gatt/ alemania

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Data characterising the transformation of economy occurring in the Czech Republic and some other Central and Eastern European Countries (CEEC) between the years 1990-2000 were summarized and compared with those of the European Union members, the United States and Japan. The coefficients of transformation output and the relative specialisation ratios for high-technology commodities and high-val ...

SUBJECT: exportation; usa; efficacité; japan; productos agrícolas

POSTED TO: Agricultural Economics - UZPI (Czech Republic) [0139-570X]

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The relation between ruminant nutrition and BSE is discussed and an "ammonia-magnesium" theory is proposed. According to this theory the abnormal behaviour and CNS malfunction is a consequence of hyperammonemia and hypomagnesemia.

SUBJECT: consommation alimentaire; animal nutrition; slovak republic; symptome; poland

POSTED TO: Vyzkum v Chovu Skotu (Czech Republic) [0139-7265]

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Milk production is the most important agricultural activity in almost all EU countries, and in the EU as a whole (18.4 % of the total value of agricultural production), and also in the Czech Republic. In 1995, the EU milk production was about 121 million tonnes. The main producers are Germany (23.6 %), France (21 %), Great Britain (12.2 %) and the Netherlands (9.3 percnet). They produce about ...

SUBJECT: precios de mercado; dried skim milk; leche descremada en polvo; cheese; histoire

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The paper focuses on wine imports into the Czech Republic in the period of 2000-2003 with a special attention paid to the imports from the European Union countries. Wine was imported from 48 countries in total, 86% of wine was imported from Italy, Austria, Spain, Slovakia, Hungary and France.

SUBJECT: precios de mercado; slovak republic; poland; south africa; iran republique islamique

POSTED TO: Agricultural Economics - UZPI (Czech Republic) [0139-570X]