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Agricultural production depends on natural and economic conditions. Weak environmental conditions could be compensated by using high technology, which requires capital. Agricultural prices should evolve in a similar way in regions with similar natural conditions, i.e. spatial autocorrelation should take place. The aim of this article is to present the spatial autocorrelation of animal for slaughter prices. Local and global I Moran’s statistics were used.

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