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Agrární struktura v České republice - současný stav a předpoklady dalšího vývoje

Agriculture structure in the Czech Republic - present state and outlook of its development

Emil Divila

Politická ekonomie, 2001, vol. 2001, issue 2

Abstract: The bulk of agribusiness enterprises in the CR are operations of artificial persons with production concentration. Businesses of natural persons farming on a great portion of farm land are also of large size. Businesses of smaller size, mostly using the family labor, largely prevailing in EU and receiving support from EU funds, are farming on a relatively small portion of land. This could have restrictive impacts on the availability of relevant support to Czech farmers after accession to EU. Further development of agriculture structure in the CR will constantly be influenced by competition of businesses of different type. The development will be affected in the next years by such factors as the sale of State-owned land and the duty of cooperative farms to settle their liabilities to entitled persons - nonmembers arising from property-right transformation.

Keywords: agriculture structure; natural and artificial persons; family farm; common agricultural policy; structural adjustment (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2001
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