Jaroslaw Adamowski is a freelance journalist with a focus on Central and Eastern Europe, based in Warsaw, Poland. He contributes to IEG Policy and a number of other industry magazines and news sites.
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The Croatian government has submitted a draft amended value-added tax (VAT) law to the country’s parliament.
Lithuanian Prime Minister Saulius Skvernelis has announced plans by his government to develop a number of measures to stimulate competition between the country’s big retailers, aiming to reduce food prices, and limit the impact of large retail chains on Lithuania’s food sector.
The Polish parliament has passed a law to facilitate the setting up of agricultural cooperatives amid the government’s efforts to stimulate local competition against large international food producers and retail chains, according to senior cabinet officials.
The Czech Ministry of Agriculture has unveiled plans to ban imports of food products which have been repeatedly fined by the country’s food safety agency for their low quality or presence of contaminated ingredients.
Poland’s Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Jan Krzysztof Ardanowski has announced his ministry is working on new regulations to introduce a label for Polish food products that are free of genetically modified organisms (GMOs).
Viktoras Pranckietis, the speaker of the Lithuanian parliament, has announced the government is considering reducing the value-added tax (VAT) on a number of basic food products. Under the plan, these are to include bread, meat and milk.