Εξαγωγές στην Κίνα
A subsidy (also known as a subvention) is an assistance paid to a business or economic sector. Most subsidies are made by the government to producers or distributors in an industry to prevent the decline of that industry (e.g., as a result of continuous unprofitable operations) or an increase in the prices of its products or simply to encourage it to hire more labor (as in the case of a wage subsidy). Examples are subsidies to encourage the sale of exports; subsidies on some foods to keep down the cost of living, especially in urban areas; and subsidies to encourage the expansion of farm production and achieve self-reliance in food production.
Subsidies can be regarded as a form of protectionism or trade barrier by making domestic goods and services artificially competitive against imports. Subsidies may distort markets, and can impose large economic costs.Financial assistance in the form of a subsidy may come from one's government, but the term subsidy may also refer to assistance granted by others, such as individuals or non-governmental institutions.
LEADER I & LEADER II are Subsidies of Europe
Δείτε τα άρθρα της κατηγορίας Subsidies europe:
Subsidies Europe: C.I.P. LEADER+ in Greece
Subsidies Europe: Local CLP. LEADER+ for the countryside of Heraklion / Crete / Greece
Subsidies Europe: Salutation by the prsident
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