Government Debates Survey Slovene Agriculture and the EU

The Government examined a survey "Slovene Agriculture and the European Union" at its regular session on Thursday. The survey finds that Slovenia's agricultural policy needs radical modifications to adjust to future conditions of the common European market. The findings are also in line with the ones the European Commission listed in the Agenda 2000, State Secretary France But told a news conference after the session. The survey was ordered by the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Food and conducted by the Biotechnical Faculty, the Agricultural Institute of Slovenia and the Institute for Economic Research.

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