Trade implications of CAP reform
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CTA. 2003. Trade implications of CAP reform. Agritrade, July 2003. CTA, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
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Although the EU is trying to present a united front, independent observers see...
Although the EU is trying to present a united front, independent observers see sharp divisions between member countries, with a strong current supporting only a partial (or 'dirty') decoupling of subsidies from production. As the latter could allow rising production with falling prices, it would be the worst outcome for exporting ACP countries. Increased support for less-favoured areas of the EU could also harm ACP interests.
SubjectsMARKETING AND TRADE;
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