TALLINN - The readiness of the European Union to respond to market failures and big price fluctuations in the agricultural sector must improve, Estonia’s Minister of Rural Affairs Urmas Kruuse said at a meeting with the EU agriculture commissioner Phil Hogan on Friday, April 1.
“The European Union has spent almost a billion euros to improve the market situation of the agricultural sector in recent years, a significant portion of which is meant for finding new export markets for farmers,” Kruuse said in a press release following the meeting with Hogan in Tallinn....
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