REPUBLIC OF IRELAND: Consultative committee to advise on Ireland’s role in EU dairy regime
The government of the Republic of Ireland has established a consultative committee designed to assist the UK's Department of the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs and protect Ireland's interests in relation to the EU's dairy regime. It was agreed as part of Agenda 2000 that the dairy regime, which details the milk quota system, would feature in the forthcoming Mid-Term Review of EU level policies. On the basis of these discussion it could be discontinued after 2006.
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