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Common Agricultural Policy

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(Agriculture) the full name for CAP
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Common Agricultural Policy

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aWe support the opinion of some countries that in order to maintain the Cohesion Policy and the Common Agriculture Policy an increase of contributions may be necessary.
The governments proposals will see money redirected from direct payments under the Common Agriculture Policy (CAP), which are based on the amount of land farmed, to a new system of paying farmers public money for public goods - principally their work to enhance the environment and invest in sustainable food production.
Outside of the European Union, the UK will be released from the Common Agriculture Policy (CAP), meaning that the current EU subsidy scheme to farmers will end and be replaced with a UK payments programme with different rules, an approach signalled by the present government.
He warms up the reader to digest what follows in the book with a quick overview of the market for these positive externalities and strategies for their continuous supply in the European Union's Common Agriculture Policy.
The European Union's Common Agriculture Policy (CAP) is largely to blame for excess production, environmentalists believe, which also puts downward pressure on food prices.
4 billion between 2014 and 2020 as part of the Common Agriculture Policy.
It also warned European subsidifarm subsidies paid to Irish farmers under the Common Agriculture Policy would be in danger from a Brexit as the UK boosts the Brussels budget by about [euro]8billion.
When pushed on whether he could guarantee that farmers would enjoy the same subsidies received under the Common Agriculture Policy (CAP), he said he was "just a backbench Tory MP" but argued it was an "economic no-brainer".
Through the reformed Common Agriculture Policy we have the budgetary and legal instruments for European action together with the member states; market confidence through European solidarity is the overriding objective.
EU ready to become net sugar exporter after 2017: The European Union will go from being a net sugar importer to a net exporter following the end of production quotas in 2017 under reform of Europe's Common Agriculture Policy for 20142020, according to speakers at a conference in Geneva last week.
The French president said Cohesion Funds and the Common Agriculture Policy -- the EU's main spending commitments and key targets for those seeking cuts -- were essential in developing the union.
France - the largest agricultural producer in Europe - has rejected out of hand the latest cuts to the Common Agriculture Policy (CAP) budget for the years 2014-2020.