Is agriculture also affected by the rise in prices of various materials?

Currently there is a solid growth in the prices of various materials. DP member André Bauler asks the Minister of Agriculture if our farmers, marketgardeners and assimilated businesses are also affected. He also asks if there have been delivery shortages for some products and what kind of products they are.

Am Moment stelle mer en zolitte Wuesstem bei de Präisser vu verschiddene Materialien fest. Holz, Stol an aner Matière si spierbar méi deier ginn.

Virun deem Hannergrond wollt ech dem Här Landwirtschaftsminister folgend Froe stellen:

  1. Sinn eis Baueren, Gäertner an assimiléiert Betriber och vun dëser Präishausse betraff?
  2. Wa jo, wat fir Produkter a Projete sinn do spezifesch betraff?
  3. Gëtt et och Liwwerenkpäss mat deenen d’Tëschenhändler vun eisem landwirtschaftleche Secteur ze kämpfen hunn?
  4. Wa jo, bei wat fir enge Produkter ass dat de Fall? Sinn déi Enkpäss a Präishaussen éischter temporär oder musse mer eis mëttelfristeg op eng spierbar Inflatioun am Secteur astellen?

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