Foreign farmland buyers sowing seeds of discontent among Czechs

Kuchař, Vladimír
March 2002
Prague Business Journal;3/25/2002, Vol. 7 Issue 12, p20
Academic Journal
Reports the purchase of farmlands by foreign farmland buyers in Czech Republic. Allowance of foreigners to own farmlands under the Czech rules; Curb done to the amount of agricultural grants and subsidies; Complaints of the local farmers.


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