Market consolidation poses challenges for food industry
AuthorRichard J. Sexton
Author AffiliationsGiannini Foundation of Agricultural Economics.
Hilgardia 56(5):146-146. DOI:10.3733/ca.v056n05p146. September 2002.
Sexton R. 2002. Market consolidation poses challenges for food industry. Hilgardia 56(5):146-146. DOI:10.3733/ca.v056n05p146
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