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000262689 242__ $$aBusiness and territory in the Mexican fruit poduction: a case study in Sayula, Jalisco
000262689 245__ $$aEMPRESARIOS Y TERRITORIO EN LA HORTICULTURA DE MÉXICO ESTUDIO DE CASO EN SAYULA, JALISCO
000262689 260__ $$c2013
000262689 269__ $$a2013-04-01
000262689 336__ $$aJournal Article
000262689 520__ $$aLa producción de frutas y hortalizas se ha convertido en una actividad económica importante para muchos territorios de México debido a las ventajas comparativas que este país presenta principalmente en el mercado invernal de Estados Unidos. Sin embargo, este tipo de producción generalmente ha sido llevada a cabo por grandes empresas no locales, la cuales valoran a los territorios a los que arriban como zonas de coyuntura agrícola, es decir, como territorios que les puedan ofrecer beneficios de corto plazo pero sin que las propias empresas se arraiguen en los mismos en el largo plazo. Igualmente, con el tiempo se incorporan algunos actores locales que valoran al territorio de forma un tanto distinta. De la predominancia de una u otra valoración dependen los efectos en la vida económica, social y ambiental local de esta actividad, tanto en el plazo que dura, como posterior a ella. Esto es lo que se analiza en el municipio de Sayula, en el occidente de México, donde la producción de jitomate y después de brócoli y otras hortalizas, fue importante en el periodo de 1985 a 2005. ----- A produção de frutas e hortaliças converteu-se em uma atividade econômica importante para muitas áreas mexicanas devido às vantagens comparativas que esse país apresenta principalmente no mercado do período de inverno dos Estados Unidos. Entretanto, esse tipo de produção geralmente é feita por grandes empresas não locais, as quais percebem as áreas de produção como zonas de conjuntura agrícola, isso é, como áreas que podem oferecer benefícios de curto prazo, mas sem que as empresas se encarreguem dos mesmos a longo prazo. Igualmente, com o tempo incorporam-se alguns atores locais que percebem a área de maneira distinta. Da predominância de um tipo ou outro de percepção dependem os efeitos na vida econômica, social e ambiental local desta atividade, tanto no seu período de duração quanto posterior a ele. Esta é a analise no município de Sayulla, no ocidente do México, onde a produção de tomate e depois de brócolis e outras hortaliças foram importantes no período entre 1985 a 2005. ----- The fruit and vegetables production is an important economic activity for many areas of Mexico because they have comparative advantages to the U.S. producers, especially in the winter market. However, this production is generally carried out by non-local corporations. These value the territories as juncture agricultural areas, or places that offer short-term benefits but are not seen by the enterprises as priorities for long term investments. Nevertheless, eventually some local players who value the territory in a rather different way also take part on the productive system. The predominance effects on the economic, social and local environment depends on which type of valuation is dominat. This issue is discussed in the context of the Sayula municipality, in western Mexico, where the production of tomatoes and broccoli and other vegetables, was important from 1985 to 2005.
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000262689 546__ $$aSpanish
000262689 650__ $$aCommunity/Rural/Urban Development
000262689 650__ $$aCrop Production/Industries
000262689 6531_ $$aHortalizas
000262689 6531_ $$aterritorio
000262689 6531_ $$aimpactos
000262689 6531_ $$aMéxico
000262689 6531_ $$aHortaliças
000262689 6531_ $$aárea
000262689 6531_ $$aimpactos
000262689 6531_ $$aVegetables
000262689 6531_ $$aterritory
000262689 6531_ $$aimpacts
000262689 6531_ $$aMexico
000262689 700__ $$aMacías Macías, Alejandro 
000262689 773__ $$jVolume 15$$kNumber 1$$o99$$q87$$tOrganizações Rurais e Agroindustriais/Rural and Agro-Industrial Organizations
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