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The agriculture of the new member of the European Union joined 2004 was significantly behind the majority of the 15 former EU member countries both from technical and productivity perspectives. In the common market the competitiveness of products and producers is a key factor. One important factor of competitiveness is labour productivity, which can be divided into partial factors that could be the technical equipment and the productivity of those tools. The study examines the changes of these two partial productivity factors at the former EU member and at the group of countries integrated in 2004.

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