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PROBLEMS OF MODERN ECONOMICS, N 2 (22), 2007
ПРОБЛЕМЫ АГРОЭКОНОМИКИ
Роженцова Е. В.
соискатель Пермской государственной сельскохозяйственной академии им. академика Д.Н. Прянишникова

Влияние инженерной инфраструктуры на экономические показатели сельскохозяйственных предприятий: исследования западных экономистов



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