France and Germany are still split
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CTA. 2002. France and Germany are still split. Agritrade, November 2002. CTA, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
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With the Copenhagen Summit looming, France and...
With the Copenhagen Summit looming, France and Germany have still not reached agreement over the Commission's mid-term review proposals. There have been expectations that the German government would be able to broker a deal in which the demands for substantial change now would be dropped in exchange for a French commitment to reduce and reorientate farm payments from 2007 onwards.
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