Incomes of agricultural producers in new EU member states and expected changes in their height and structure
During 2014–2020 a new budgetary frame will be hold for countries integrated in the European Union. Against the present, some changes will be made there which should touch first of all financing of agriculture and the countryside. Then, these changes will fundamentally influence incomes of agricultural producers. The presented paper is devoted to the problems of income situation of farmers in „new“ EU member states, their development before and after joining the Community. By the help of income indicators A and C, a development of incomes from agricultural operations and impacts of this development in endowment measures and measures supporting the activity diversification are evaluated. From the research results and from presupposed variations of the future CAP development, possible future impacts on the income farmers´ situation are derived.
Volume (Year): 13 (2010)
Issue (Month): 1 ()
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