Review of Slovenia's Economy from 23 to 29 November
Ljubljana, 1 December - First results of additional milk tests in reference labs have suggested that the scale of the prohibited use of the antibiotic Chloramphenicol in Slovenia's milk was much lower then feared at first. In order to review regularity of procedure carried out by the Veterinary Administration following the discovery of the banned antibiotic, the Agriculture Ministry appointed a special commission. Goods news for the agriculture sector on the other hand came from Brussels, as the compromise negotiating package offered to Slovenia by the Danish EU presidency promises Slovenia's agriculture a much better deal, particularly concerning direct payments, rural development funds and milk quotas.
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