Common Agricultural Policy


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Common Agricultural Policy

n
(Agriculture) the full name for CAP
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Common Agricultural Policy

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The Common Agricultural Policy must serve the interests of family farms, Minister of Agriculture Sndor Fazekas stressed in Brussels following a meeting of the Agriculture and Fisheries Council.
Under the Europe-wide Common Agricultural Policy UK farmers receive around PS3bn a year in subsidies, mostly linked to the amount of land they farm.
British farmers receive about PS3billion a year in subsidies under the Common Agricultural Policy.
GEA Barr-Rosin is to supply Pepees in Poland with a turnkey potato starch drying system to meet the anticipated increase in production following the elimination of production quotas on sugar and potato starch in line with the EU's new Common Agricultural Policy.
The agricultural policy supposes measures meant to improve the agricultural real estates, to increase competitiveness and productivity in the agricultural sector, to sustain producers, as well as measures of intensive development of agriculture, by endowing it with technological equipment and by using the newest and most effective methods of production, measures for the adoption of the common agricultural policy, measures for the observance of the sanitary-veterinary criteria (Dess, 2010), measures for the development of the rural area and of the activities related to agriculture, etc.
Our role as a voice for our members has never been more important with serious issues such as HS2, the state of the rural economy and the reform of the Common Agricultural Policy," he said.
But the National Audit Office (NAO) said the cost to the public purse was likely to exceed that sum by the time the accounts for the current phase of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) - from 2005 to 2015 - were finalised in 2019/20.
PARyS (CyHAN)- French farmers demonstrated in front of world-famous Louvre museum with sheep on Friday to protest European Unions (EU) Common Agricultural Policy (CAP).
After the formal adoption of a set of delegated acts for the reform of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP), on 11 March, the European Commission has made the documents public.
The funds come from the Common Agricultural Policy to improve the natural environment and grow the rural economy.
The Council's Special Committee on Agriculture (SCA) rubber-stamped, on 7 October, the amended Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) reform text, bringing its ratification process a step closer to conclusion.
One of the most important elements of European integration since the 1950s has been the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP), and earlier the European Commission called for a broad debate on its future goals and policy options after 2013.

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