Skoči na glavni sadržaj

Prethodno priopćenje

Croatian agriculture in common agricultural policy of the EU – today and tomorrow

Žaklina Jurišić orcid id ; Hrvatska Gospodarska Komora, Zagreb, Hrvatska

Puni tekst: hrvatski pdf 766 Kb

str. 207-221

preuzimanja: 1.201



In spite of favorable environment (resources and climate), Croatia with its own production doesn’t meet the needs either in agricultural nor the Products of the food industry. Comparing the main agro-structural as well as economic indicators of Croatia and EU Member states, poor results of domestic production are visible in terms of non-competitive or lack of products.
Particular indicators directly show the issues to be urgently considered by the policy if there is a wish to maintain and better to position Croatian agricultural sector on the European market – lack of economies of scale, unsuitable structure of production, low yields present in majority of farms, high costs of production, marketing failures, etc.
Common Agricultural Policy mechanisms meet the needs and offer solutions to various problems in Croatian agriculture and rural areas. The success will depend on administrative capacities of government, public bodies and institutions dealing with agriculture, at the central and local level and finally on the interest and financial capacity of potential beneficiaries.

Ključne riječi

Croatian agriculture,; agriculture of European Union; reforms of croatian agriculture

Hrčak ID:



Datum izdavanja:


Podaci na drugim jezicima: hrvatski

Posjeta: 3.016 *