EUROPE: EC authorises aid for farmers in Austria, Belgium and Germany after BSE crisis
The European Commission (EC) has authorised Austria to pay income aid worth a total of some €8.94m (US$m) to beef farmers who have suffered losses between January and June 2001 because of the consequences of the BSE crisis. Normally, Member States may not pay such income aid. However, the EC recognised that the current crisis in the beef market is exceptional, and therefore justifies such aid.
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