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The implications for NZ trade of change in EU agricultural policy; in particular the development of agri-environmental policy

The implications for NZ trade of change in EU agricultural policy; in particular the development of agri-environmental policy

AERU Discussion Paper (150): 56-61

The CAP of the EU has undergone many changes since its inception. The most recent of these started with the McSharry reforms in 1992. These have been followed by Agenda 2000 reforms and more recently the Mid-Term Review of the CAP in 2002. This paper examines the existing and proposed systems of support for EU agriculture especially in relation to the likely negotiations in the WTO, and their implications on New Zealand (NZ) are explored.

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