EU Maize Production 2008 including HungaryGMO Ban to Protect Hungary’s Agro-Industry
against Competition

January 2010. The Hungarian agro-industry has not performed very well compared with its neighbours. During a meeting of agro-minister at Berlin József Gráf told journalists about the strategy of his country to help farmers to continue what they always did without adapting to change in competition outside the country.


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