The effects of Russia’s embargo extension

Starting with 24 June 2015, Russia decided to extend the embargo on the imports of agri-food products from the EU, with the extension to apply to imports of flowers […]

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The disappearance of milk factories in Romania

Although dairy products are highly demanded on the market in Romania and in the European Union, Romanian milk factories are slowly disappearing from the market. As […]

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The development of family farms

Family farms generally provide food to small communities, and those that supply organic products on the market are particularly successful. Family farms producing and marketing organic […]

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The increase of domestic milk and egg production

Last year, food production in Romania had an upward trend, at least in terms of production of food of animal origin. Thus, the weight of livestock […]

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The high costs of pollution effects

The energy policies of governments worldwide ignore the disastrous effects that energy production has on the environment, on healthcare, etc. According to the latest report by the […]

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Low milk consumption in Romania

Milk is one of the most complex foods, offering benefits for both the skeletal system and the brain. However, milk consumption in Romania is 4.4 times […]

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Legal limit on artificial trans fats in the food supply

The US Food and Drug Administration recently gave the food industry three years to eliminate artificial trans fats — which have an undisputedly negative impact on […]

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Border fence between Hungary and Serbia

Clandestine immigration in the European Union is without doubt, through its consequences, a problem that needs to be addressed rigorously, efficiently and rationally at the same […]

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Apple production in Europe

Pesticide mixes used in the production of apples contaminate the soil and waters in Europe, with 13 different types of pesticides being found in one single […]

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The delay of support for crops affected by drought

Farmers whose crops are affected by drought complain about the timing of the allocation of state compensations. As such, they will not receive the compensations in […]

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Low work productivity

In the European Union, Romania is the country with the highest number of white-collar employees (eight out of ten employees of Romanian SMEs are in this […]

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Renewable energy production

As a state with great agricultural potential, Romania can produce cheap solar and wind energy and it can also be one of the important biogas producers. […]

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Discrimination against Romanians in Austria

The intention of the Austrian Government to reduce the allowance for the children of Romanians working in Austria is a flagrant breach of the principle of […]

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The inflation rate

In May this year, Romania and Malta, with 1.3%, and Latvia, with 1.2%, were the states with the highest annual inflation rate in the European Union. […]

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The situation of the green certificate market

According to PATRES (The Employers Organisation of Renewable Energy Producers), the green certificate market is collapsing due to the considerable reductions of the mandatory annual renewable […]

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Failure to comply with the migration agreements

Hungarian authorities are confronted with a massive influx of refugees. The Budapest Government has unilaterally and indefinitely suspended its agreement with the European Union regarding the […]

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