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Ekonomika poljoprivrede
2018, vol. 65, br. 1, str. 427-436
jezik rada: engleski
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The financial relationships between farmers, credit institutions and public authorities: Short review
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aBucharest University of Economic Studies, Department of Agrifood and Environmental Economics, Bucharest, Romania
bBucharest University of Economic Studies, the Economics II Doctoral School, Bucharest, Romania
cBucharest University of Economic Studies, Faculty of Agrifood and Environmental Economics, Bucharest, Romania



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Agriculture is the sector that satisfies the demand for food of the population of a state, thus providing key solutions for combating poverty and / or hunger. The need for funding in agriculture is increasingly debated at international level, especially as discrepancies arise in relations between the main actors involved, namely: farmers, credit institutions and national and European public authorities with the aim of the European funds management. The relational problems, and not only, of the three actors mentioned above are manifested in various forms. These are discussed in this paper. Under these conditions, it is proposed to strengthen the relationship between the three actors, first by assessing the existing problems and, secondly, by solving them.

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