EU: Candidate countries' farmers better off in EU, says Commission study
A study published by the European Commission (EC) today concludes that membership of the European Union will significantly improve the prospects for farmers in the candidate countries, without creating major market imbalances for an enlarged Union. Four different policy scenarios ("no enlargement", "introduction of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) without direct payments", "CAP with direct payments", and "Candidate Country Negotiating Position") were considered in the study entitled
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