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La crise de la PAC : un point de vue italien

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  • Secondo Tarditi
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    [fre] Les problèmes agricoles italiens sont très particuliers et divers et il n'y a pas, dans ce pays, de position unique ou même majoritaire sur la réforme de la PAC. Si on dépasse des calculsétroitementcomptables, l'Italie est clairement perdante dans les soldes des transferts liés à la PAC car elle achète, beaucoup trop cher, des quantités élevées de lait, de céréales et de viande. Il serait souhaitable pour l'Italie de supprimer les MCM ; de ne pas recourir à des systèmes de contingentement qui feront de la plupart des régions italiennes des zones sans privilèges; de mettre en place des crédits libellés en ECUs; de développer les actions structurelles. Mais l'Italie aura du mal à profiter de ces politiques en raison de faiblesses administratives. (Réd.). [eng] Italian farm problems are very peculiar and diverse and there is no unanimous or even majority position on CAP reform. Italy is clearly a net loser in the intra-EEC balances of transfers, at least when non budget transfers are included. This is due to large high imports of milk, grain, meat. It would be in the interest of Italy to suppress MCAs; to refrain from setting up quotas, since most regions of the country will not begetting the advantages of having them ; to improve the distribution of farm credit and have loams computed in ECUs ; to develop structural measures. On account of administrative weaknesses it will be difficult for Italy to fully benefit from those policies.

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    Article provided by Programme National Persée in its journal Économie rurale.

    Volume (Year): 163 (1984)
    Issue (Month): 1 ()
    Pages: 28-33

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    Handle: RePEc:prs:recoru:ecoru_0013-0559_1984_num_163_1_3097
    Note: DOI:10.3406/ecoru.1984.3097
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