Moldovan farmers can now apply for financing from the 100 million euros credit offered by the Polish government to boost the competitiveness of Moldovan agriculture.
Creation of joint Russian-Uzbek enterprises for the production of compact equipment for agricultural products processing will be one of the priority areas of cooperation between the two countries in the coming years, RIA Novosti reported today, citing Uzbek Chamber of Commerce Сhairman Alisher Shaikhov.
Despite picture-perfect weather in many areas, 2014 wasn’t without peril. Prolific rainfall peppered areas like northwestern Iowa. Disease thrived. Meanwhile, plunging crop prices zapped 2014 profit potential.
So what’s up for 2015? Here are some questions –with answers – you’ll face next year.
Rates of production are growing on Russian market of cheeses. The prices are reconsidered almost every decade.
Belarusians also work actively. There are not enough the products even for sales on BUCE, all plants work under requests. The situation will probably become more complicated further.