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Regional distribution of Ukrainian households whose members identify themselves as middle class

Regional distribution of Ukrainian households whose members identify themselves as middle class

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Utilization of modern technologies in food production causes several negative consequences having a long-term impact on public health due to the consumption of food containing components of inorganic origin. This circumstance requires the formation and development of the market of organic food in Ukraine. The paper aims to substantiate the possibil...

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... assess the economically wealthy population of Ukraine's regions, the authors present the data (Figure 3) that reflect the regional distribution of Ukrainian households, whose members consider themselves to be middle class (in the second direction of development of the regional market of eco-products). ...

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