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Farm subsidy payments in Denmark go up has released new data on farm subsidy payments, with an analysis by Nils Mulvad, co-founder of and director of the Danish
International Center for Analytical Reporting, analyzed new data on farm subsidy payments in Denmark in 2005 and found that "the new Single Farm Payment Scheme has dramatically increased the number of farm subsidy recipients in Denmark, though many of these new recipients receive relatively small payments." "The Danish authority paid €1.3 billion to more than 70,649 recipients. There was a significant increase in the number of recipients compared to
former years. Some 17,290 'first time' recipients were paid a total of
DKK 440.645.234 or just less than 5 percent of all farm subsidies paid
out over course of 2005." The Single Farm Payment Scheme also increased the concentration of payments among the largest recipients, with more than 80 percent of payments going to the top 20 percent of recipients. See the report of the new data.

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