What are the consequences to the farmers ?

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Read: Grocery retailers dominant role in evolving world food markets


http://www.choicesmagazine.org/magazine/article.ph...


Agriculture is one of the few industries cited as example of perfect competitive markets. However, this concept is changing over time. Read the article by Sexton and discuss the following:



  1. What are the consequences to the farmers and to the consumers of increased concentration in retailing and processing industry?
  2. After reading this article, what do you believe is the tendency for the agriculture industry, would it still be a perfect competitive market?

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peachblack
School: UIUC

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Consequences for the Farmers and Retailers
The increased concentration in the retailing and processing industry has critical impacts
to both the farmers and retailers as evident in Sexton’s article. One of the consequences for the
farmers in increased inefficiencies due to recorded departures from the competi...

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