The main objective of the paper published in the latest issue of Studies in Agricultural Economics (see: Hegedüs Zsuzsanna - Kiss Judit.: The impact of ten years of European Union membership on Hungarian agricultural trade. In: Studies in Agricultural Economics Vol. 116, 2014. p. 87-94.) was to analyze the impact of European Union (EU) membership on Hungarian agricultural trade with the EU-27 in the period 2003-2013 based on the latest statistical data. This paper is among the first to cover the whole ten years period since EU accession and to analyze Hungary’s trade not only with the EU-15 but with all 27 Member States. Hungary, together with nine other countries, joined the European Union (EU) in May 2004. Owing to its importance of agriculture in the economies of the newly acceded Member States and the fact that agriculture and rural development is still the biggest item of expenditure in the EU budget, agriculture was one of the most hotly debated and negotiated parts of the accession process. As a country with huge agro-potential and a high degree of export orientation, Hungary was looking forward to EU accession, especially in the field of trade in agricultural products. [...] Bővebben!
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