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Agriculture Ministry Overcharged by Board Game Dealer

The "Agricola" board game Source: Photo: Wikicommons

Five-hundred "Agricola“ board games purchased by the Ministry of Agriculture will cost 4,500 euros more than if the taxpayer had bought the same items from the marketer's online store.

The Ministry is buying the board games for 22,050 euros to promote farming and countryside life among the youth.

Brain Games Ltd. won the procurement organized for publishing the Estonian language version of the game. The ministry is buying each game for  44 euros, but the going retail price is 35 euros, wrote Eesti Päevaleht.

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