EUR 112 Million to Reform Slovene Agriculture
Ljubljana, 28 February - Slovenia's Agency for Agricultural Markets and Rural Development, an institution which was set up last year within the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Food, will have a budget of around EUR 112 million to pay subsidies to farmers, encourage exports and implement an environment-friendly agricultural policy in 2001. This was said at a press conference on Wednesday by Agriculture Minister Franc But.
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