The EU returns to dairy policy reforms

Noble, Joan
June 2004
Dairy Industries International;Jun2004, Vol. 69 Issue 6, p15
Trade Publication
Shares the author's views concerning the offer of the European Commission to the World Trade Organization to abandon all agricultural export refunds. Impact of the offer on the common agricultural policy in Europe, particularly in the dairy and sugar sectors; Suggestion offered by the Commission regarding the negotiation on export refunds; Insistence on the parallel abolition of all forms of export distortion.


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