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The effects on Swedish agriculture of adjusting to EEC and GATT rules and new environmental requirements

Kungl Skogs och Lantbruksakademiens Tidskrift, Supplement ( 23): 94-98
The effects on Swedish agriculture of adjusting to EEC and GATT rules and new environmental requirements
This paper speculates on how Swedish producers of milk, beef, pigmeat, cereals and oil crops would fare under the EC's Common Agricultural Policy, and discusses the problem of aligning Swedish agriculture with this policy despite the conflicting influences of GATT trade liberalization, and increasing concern for animal welfare and the environment.

Accession: 002249663

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