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Czech Prime Minister accused of “conflict of interest” over EU agriculture funds

Country’s leader under increased pressure for alleged EU subsidy abuse

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An EU institution has found that Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babiš’ continued links with his agri-food companies, which benefited from millions in European funds in recent years, represent a clear conflict of interest.

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