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The Common Agricultural Policy. Market policy: continued efforts to limit guarantees

, : The Common Agricultural Policy. Market policy: continued efforts to limit guarantees. Revue Trimestrielle de Droit Europeen 25(4): 721-743

The policy of reducing guarantees offered to EC producers is not new, and dates from the introduction of the principle of co-responsibility in the milk sector, in 1977. The idea of co-responsibility was then enlarged by introducing regulatory mechanisms into a large number of agricultural sectors, and by quotas. The EC meeting of February 1988 was a turning point, with the setting up of a wide range of stabilizing measures and quotas, affecting more than 50% of agricultural production.

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