Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia (REU)

Photo: ©FAO / Nemanja Knezevic / NorthfotoAcross Europe and Central Asia, nearly 80 percent of farms in low- and middle-income countries have an area of only 5 hectares or less, according to a newly released FAO report.

In the past decade, FAO found that agricultural labour productivity in Europe and Central Asia rose at an average annual rate of 4.1 percent – faster than any other region in the world.

17 December 2014, Budapest, Hungary

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