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EU might cut farm subsidies

On November 21, the daily Sme wrote that the European Commission's plans to gradually decrease subsidies for big farm companies. The reduction would chiefly effect British and German farms, but also some in Slovakia and the Czech Republic that receive over EUR 100,000 from the EU. The share of such farms in Slovakia is about 25 percent. SITA

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