Conference on Advantages and Consequences of Slovenia's Approaching the EU for Its Agriculture
Ljubljana, 11 July - NATIONAL/COUNCIL/CONFERENCE/AGRICULTURE/EU
Compared to members of the European Union and the Central European Free Trade Agreement, the conditions for food producing in Slovenia are significantly worse, its land structure is unfavourable (average European farm is four-fold a Slovene farm), and productiveness of Slovene agriculture is on average lower than that in the EU. These were the findings of Dr Emil Erjavec of the Natural Science Faculty at a conference entitled Advantages and Consequences of Slovenia's Approaching the EU for Its Agriculture, Thursday in Ljubljana.
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