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Trade policy, competition and productivity : The impact of EU harmonization in the Dutch food processing industry

Bibliographic reference Henry de Frahan, Bruno ; Vancauteren, Mark. Trade policy, competition and productivity : The impact of EU harmonization in the Dutch food processing industry. In: De Economist, (2011)
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