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Turek Rahoveanu, Maria Magdalena
Zugravu, George Adrian
Luiza, Cristea
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[Title:] Agrarian Economy and Rural Development - Realities and Perspectives for Romania. 3rd Edition of the International Symposium, October 2012, Bucharest [Pages:] 374-378
The work is part of the CAP reform in Europe after 2013, by which Romania will have to undergo a series of transformations including: promoting and encouraging cooperation and association in agriculture; stimulate the development of alternative economic activities such as organic farming, ecologic tourism, development and promotion of local products labelled; specialized human capital development and collaboration and sharing of best practices with experts from other EU Member States. The European and global cooperative sector is a powerful economic and social actor within these societies, with significant results which can be both summarized as market shares and their work contribution to GDP, and the number of members and the welfare of citizens offered through job creation.
agricultural cooperatives
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