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Cost-benefit analysis of the EC market policy for fruit and vegetables - concepts and problems


, : Cost-benefit analysis of the EC market policy for fruit and vegetables - concepts and problems. Acta Horticulturae (97): 287-297

The EC-market policy for fruit and vegetables is subject to growing criticism. The main complaints are (1) increasing protectionism; (2) increasing state expenditure; and (3) destruction of fruit and vegetables on one hand, and on the other hand (4) low grower incomes; (5) larger instability of the markets; and (6) inefficient production and market structures.


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