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Grant for Montenegrin farmers IFAD

Bespovratna podrška: 460 hiljada EUR za 284 poljoprivrednika

Non- refundable Grant of EUR 460 thousand for 284 farmers in Montenegro approved Non- refundable Grant of EUR 460 thousand for 284 farmers in Montenegro approved Thought the Public Invitation for granting support to agricultural producers for 2020, the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development implements in cooperation with the International Fund

Growth of Montenegrin Economy, more government infrastructure investments

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Deputy Prime Minister of Montenegro Milutin Simovic: Due to growth of Montenegrin economy, more money for agriculture, health, education and overall development One of the concrete effects of the achieved growth of Montenegrin economy is further growth of the Agrobudget, which amounts to EUR 61 million for this year and its

Sustainable agriculture: Dutch Tomatoes Case 🍅

To feed 10 billion people by 2050 at the current level of food production efficiency, we’d have to clear most of the world’s forests. The Netherlands is a leader in efficient and sustainable agriculture – and the second-largest exporter of agricultural goods in the world. Duijvestijn Tomatoes uses a

Bees and beekeepers: European long-term survival strategy

Ban all harmful pesticides Tighten up checks to halt fake honey imports Promote health benefits of honey embers of the European Parliament urge the EU and its member states to invest more in protecting bee health, fighting honey adulteration and supporting beekeepers. The EU needs a wide-ranging, long-term strategy to

Statistics: Montenegro in the Figures 2017

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tatistical Office of Montenegro Monstat has published 2017 edition of the publication “Montenegro in the Figures”. The publication covers major Montenegrin statistical figures, such as economy, geography, climate, population, vital statistics, employment, wages, GDP, HCI, prices, agriculture, forestry, industry, construction, cross-border trade, tourism, transportation, education, culture, pension insurance and crime.  

Montenegro’s Economy SWOT Analysis

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mall countries, i.e. small economies are rather sensitive to the influence of international environment. This especially applies to countries like Montenegro, in which the use of euro as a legal tender additionally limits the maneuvering space in case of potential external shocks. Therefore, it is important, seems even more important

2016 EU Budget: Focus on migrations and jobs

he budgets committee on demanded more funds to handle the migration and refugee crisis, help young people into jobs, and fully offset the cuts to the EU's research and transport networks programs, in a political resolution on the 2016 budget. The committee had earlier reversed all the Council's cuts to

EP: Different roles taken on by MEPs

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eing an Member of the European Parliament (MEP) involves more than just debating and voting on legislative proposals. They can be tasked with drawing up a report to represent the Parliament's position on a legislative proposal or any other matter. They can also act as group coordinators in a committee,

UAE – Montenegro: Agricultural development credit agreement

ontenegro will expand its agricultural exports and create jobs thanks to an agreement for a 50 million EUR loan from the Abu Dhabi Fund for Development (ADFD). Mohammed Al Suwaidi, the fund’s director general, signed the loan agreement with prof. PhD Petar Ivanovic, Montenegro’s minister of agriculture and rural development

Unannounced inspections in the sugar sector

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The European Commission can confirm that on 23 April 2013 Commission officials undertook unannounced inspections at the premises of companies active in the sugar industry in several Member States. The inspections relate to the supply of white sugar. The Commission has reasons to believe that the companies concerned may have