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Keywords : young farmers, Visegrad Group, Common Agricultural Policy
Agriculture in countries establishing Visegrad Group is defi nitely strongly diversified. At the moment of EU accession in 2004, these four countries: Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland and Hungary became beneficiaries of Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) measures. In the framework of given financial support, operational programs were implemented in these countries. Their main aim is to improve the competitiveness of agriculture and support rural development. Member countries have kept some freedom to choose the measures which would be used in financial perspective 2007–2013 and as a result, the implemented regulations are different countries. Main objectives of this paper is to compare both conditions of setting-up the agricultural activity and rules of application for support co-financed from EU budget in partner countries of Visegrad Group.
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Braja, M. (2009). CONDITIONS OF TAKING UP AGRICULTURAL ACTIVITY BY YOUNG FARMERS IN VISEGRAD GROUP COUNTRIES. Acta Scientiarum Polonorum. Oeconomia, 8(2), 25–36. Retrieved from https://aspe.sggw.edu.pl/article/view/785
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