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Binefar, Padre Llanas square
Spain

Binéfar out as commercial and service center of the litter, with an important agriculture (cereals, forage crops, fruit and vegetables), livestock (sheep, cattle and pigs), and industrial (food processing, machinery, textiles and materials construction), with national and international. La Lonja agriculture, serving as a reference to all other slices of the market.

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Uploaded: 30/05/2010
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