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During the last decade the Greenland Home Rule Government (GHRG) has pursued a fiscal policy with mostly small budget surpluses and low inflation.
of whale mattak, 20 murres, and 15 eider ducks (Greenland Home Rule Government, 1994).
In 1992, the Home Rule government implemented a new policy regarding sales of country foods, which reduced prices charged to consumers up to 30% (Anonymous, 1991; Greenland Home Rule Government, 1994).
The Greenland Home Rule Government regulates all hunting and fishing in Greenland under the Nature Conservation Act, first adopted in 1980 and revised in 1988 (Helms, 1991).
Greenland's system for producing, distributing, and exchanging country foods for local markets is a central element in its strategy for sustainable community development (Greenland Home Rule Government, 1995).
Politically, the Greenland Home Rule Government has had increasing autonomy since its creation in 1979.
In 2004, the Danish and Greenland Home Rule governments signed agreements allowing for an upgrade of the Thule early warning radar in connection with a role in the U.S.