articles | 16 December 2014

Agricultural income per worker in Cyprus rises

Real agricultural income per worker in 2014 is estimated to have risen by 1,8% in Cyprus, Eurostat data showed recently.

At the same time, this income in the EU28 has decreased by -1,7%. Eurostat also estimates real agricultural income to have risen in eight member states and fallen in twenty.

The highest increases are expected in Slovenia (+13,3%), Hungary (+9,1%) and the Czech Republic (+7,2%) and the largest decreases in Finland (-22,8%), Lithuania (-19,4%) and Belgium (-15,2%).

Source: InCyprus

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