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Growing fears of landgrabbing among Polish farmers

Protest Rolnikow Maj 2013 (1)Agricultural land in Poland is among the cheapest in Europe: one tenth of the price of agricultural land in the Netherlands, one third the price of agricultural land in Germany and a quarter the price agricultural land in the UK.

Agricultural land prices in Poland have been constantly rising in recent years and the future foreign buyer’s interest will prolong this trend. “Since 2004 the price of agricultural land has been rising at a dynamic rate, it is at about 16.5 per cent a year on average” – Polish real estate agent Radoslaw Brodaczewski told Polish Radio.

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