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Implications for Developing Countries of Likely Reforms of the Common Agricultural Policy of the European Union

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Over the next three years negotiations will be taking place in the WTO (World Trade Organisation) on agriculture. This report will help participants and analysts to understand the EU’s negotiating position. It includes: an assessment of the prospects of CAP (Common Agricultural Policy) reform for each major commodity group; an explanation of the pressures and constraints which affect the proposals; a detailed explanation of how the likely changes would affect ACP (African Caribbean and Pacific) countries.

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Preface

In May 1998 we asked Professor Alan Swinbank to prepare, with his colleagues, a report outlining likely reforms to the European Union's (EU) Common Agricultural Policy (CAP), and exploring the implications of those reforms for developing countries' trade and for possible changes in the Agreement on Agriculture negotiated as part of the Uruguay Round Accords.

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