TITLE

TRANSFORMACIONES ECONÓMICAS EN EL ESPACIO RURAL DE YECLA (MURCIA)

AUTHOR(S)
Morales Yago, Francisco José
PUB. DATE
January 2010
SOURCE
Espacio, Tiempo y Forma. Serie VI, Geografía;2010, Issue 3, p53
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
We live in times of severe economic crisis, in fact our industry is being largel yoyer whelmed by the productivity of so-called emerging countries, among which the «big yellow dragon» China, as more than a threat to countries west. Agricultural activity which over the last decades a progressive weight lost percentage in the volume of economic activity and employment levels can emerge in response to the evident crisis of the current industry and to carry out an activity generating sustainable a recovery well is a important as the productivity of the soil. This is reflected in a specific space, the town of Yecla and the municipality, a place where the industry engage in manufacturing upholstered furniture and for decades has been the engine of economic development relegating farming has maintained a level of sustained but low economic weight in the whole of this geographical area.
ACCESSION #
88031644

 

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