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The contribution of the European Committee of Sugar Manufacturers to Belgian sugar industry

, : The contribution of the European Committee of Sugar Manufacturers to Belgian sugar industry. Sucrerie Belge 114: 31-34

This article describes the fate of the Sugar Regulation of the EEC of 1968, which has never been implemented in its entirety, although it has contributed significantly to the profitability of the sugar industry in the founding states of the EU. In practice, intervention has never been necessary, since producers have always been able to find a market within or outside the EU.

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