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, : Policy options. Agricultural surpluses Environmental implications of changes in farming policy and practice in the UK Proceedings of a symposium held in London on March 18th-1987 April 1988 up date section included: 11-17

Two trends in EC policy directions are discussed: (1) the increasing determination of the Council of Ministers to stem the tide of rising surpluses; and (2) the ever increasing degree of integration between different policies and practices.


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