May 2003
Farmers Weekly;5/9/2003, Vol. 138 Issue 18, p81
Trade Publication
Presents an article about the implications of globalization for farmers in Great Britain. Influence of globalization on agricultural production; Correlation between globalization and multinational companies; Economic aspects of globalization.


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