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Germany ready to compromise on EU subsidies for Polish farmers

2002-04-24 08:27
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2002-04-24 08:27

Germany ready to compromise on EU subsidies for Polish farmers


Germany, which so far has not wished to earmark any money for direct subsidies for Polish farmers, now unofficially announced it was ready for a compromise. According to sources quoted by the daily newspaper Rzeczpospolita, Germany would like to reform EU's agricultural policy, so after 2007 subsidies for all EU farmers would be reduced. This would mean Polish farmers would become competitive with other EU farmers sooner then earlier expected, but they would also receive less money then Poland initially demanded. At yesterday's discussion on EU's position of farming issues, a division between EU countries became clear, as France, Italy, Belgium and Spain supported the proposition that Polish farmers would receive just 25% of the direct subsidies and this amount would gradually be increased for the next ten years, while Germany, the Netherlands, Sweden and UK would not likely to grant any subsidies at all. kp,bb
Źródło:Polski IntelliNews
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