USA: Farmland Industries: a wake-up call on subsidies (COMMENT)
Bankrupt agricultural company Farmland has again delayed the release of its disclosure statement. It is also cutting jobs as part of a restructuring program - even though Kansas City authorities paid it $10m in job creation subsidies. Authorities are likely to monitor such grants more strictly in future - and companies will need to demonstrate that their intentions are honorable.
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