TALLINN - After a protracted round of negotiations agricultural producers have broken a deadlock and accepted an offer of 730 million kroons ($52.1 million) in government support for 1999. Talks between producers and the government over the amount of support they can expect to receive have been taking place for several months and are held every year in accordance with the Market Regulation Act. The talks should have ended at the beginning of August but deadlock ensued when the government refused to improve on its 730 million kroon offer and agricultural producers would not back down from th...
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