study of the evolution of concentration in the food industry in the Netherlands
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Published by Commission of the European Communities in Luxembourg .
Written in English

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Statementby H.W. de Jong ; in collaboration with W. Karssen [et al.].
ContributionsCommission of the European Communties.
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Open LibraryOL13921526M

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Part 1 of the study, entitled “Industry Structure and Concentration ”, which was published in January , dealt with trends in the food industry, structural changes and various indices for assessing concentration in the industry as a whole. the food distribution industry for the United Kingdom. Another volume, already published (vol. II: Price Surveys), outlines the results of the research on the distribution of food products in the United Kingdom, with regard to the evolution of prices and mark-ups, based on a limited sample of food products and. Introduction and general survey This report is a part of the concentration-study of the Dutch beverage­ industry, containing the sectors: beer,soft-drinks and alcoholic liquors. The purpose of this report is to describe the structure and the evolution of the Dutch beer-industry and beer-distribution,especially during the period 1. 1: This Report forms part of a two-stage Study of Concentration in the U.K. Food Processing Industry, commissioned by the Directorate-General for Competition of the Commission of the European Communities. The two stages are: (1) a study of concentration at the industry scale, and changes in.

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