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Price transmission system in Ethiopian coffee market

@inproceedings{Seyoum2010PriceTS,
  title={Price transmission system in Ethiopian coffee market},
  author={Mengistu Seyoum},
  year={2010}
}
Price is the most vital element in market interaction. If there is an international free trade and the domestic market of one country is interconnected with the international market, and if there is a price shocks in one market, the impact will have the same in the other market. This is the major concept of price theory and the concept of price transmission explored here. This paper analyses the price transmission system on the level of the producer, the auction market and the foreign… 

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