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Field of dreams: agricultural sector cultivates hopes

Romanian agriculture must sow the seeds of change to reach European Union levels. But while the country has no irrigation system, little storage space, a productivity level that is half the EU average, and just a fraction of European funds have been absorbed, market players see some green shoots

April 2012 - From the Print Edition

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The authorities and the largest private agricultural firms in Romania told The Diplomat Bucharest about the current state of the system and the solutions to make agriculture profitable.
Agriculture is the last train that we should catch; if not we will remain far behind as we always have been, says Lucian Buzdugan, general manager of TCE 3 Brazi, the largest farm in the EU with a total of 55,000 hectares of land. In his view, a well developed agricultural sector can give a country a maj...

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