Subsidy cuts said to harm farmers

Parliament

The planned subsidy cuts by the government have created tensions in the farming sector, the head of the Association of Agricultural Producers (MOSZ) announced yesterday.

Area-based European Union subsidies are set to decrease at least €150,000 per farm that exceeds 1,200 hectares, due to a government decision announced in mid-July. MOSZ head Tamás Nagy said that the cut will make life difficult chiefly for farmers.

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