Analysis: Political and budgetary realities will prevent radical CAP reform

In principle, there is still everything to play for in determining the future course of the EU Common Agriculture Policy (CAP) – yet, in practice, the likelihood of the kind of radical reform liberal critics have been demanding for many years appears to have receded already.

This is the clear impression which observers have beenleft with following the European Commission’s launch last week of awide-ranging

We now require all subscribers to register with us the first time they log into the site. It only takes a minute and you only have to do it once.

If you need assistance please contact our Technical Support team on:

Tel: +44 (0)20 701 76242

Ask The Analyst

Do you have follow up questions from this article? Don’t forget that as part of your subscription you can contact our experienced analysts who will endeavour to answer your questions and help you understand the impacts of the latest trends in this sector (terms and conditions apply to this service). Click here to submit your question.

Comente este artigo
Anterior Candidaturas de agricultores a ajudas do IFAP com novas regras
Próximo New EU rules for animal feed flavourings

Artigos relacionados


Baja el IRPF de los agricultores afectados por la sequía

[Fonte: Foodretail]
El Gobierno español ha reducido elImpuesto sobre la Renta de las Personas Físicas (IRPF) a los productores de cereales, […]


Produits phytos Phytodata, une base de données fiable sur l'utilisation des phytosanitaires

« Les données relatives aux produits phytopharmaceutiques, en particulier réglementaires, ne cessent d’évoluer », rappelle l’Union des industries de la protection des plantes (UIPP) dans son communiqué. […]


El Congreso de Aecoc y las cifras de la campañas de aceite y vino, en Efefood


La reunión de un millar de representantes del sector del Gran Consumo en el congreso anual de Aecoc y las primeras previsiones de la campaña de aceite de oliva, […]