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IMPERFECT SUBSTITUTES, DEFERRED PRODUCER PAYMENT SYSTEM, AND STATE TRADING ENTERPRISES: AN EMPIRICAL TEST OF LEADERSHIP IN THE GLOBAL MALTING BARLEY MARKETS

By Fengxia Dong, Thomas L. Marsh and Kyle W. Stiegert

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State Trading Enterprises, imperfect substitute, market leadership, Marketing,

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