Romania could limit farmland acquisitions to 150ha for individuals and 1,500ha for companies


Individuals will be able to buy up to 150 ha of farmland and companies no more than 1,500 ha should a draft bill the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MADR) is presently working on come into force. The new limits were agreed upon with local farmers, Achim Irimescu, the minister of agriculture said on […]

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