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La politique agricole commune et l'échéance de 1993


  • Yves Léon
  • Louis-P. Mahe


[fre] La politique agricole commune continue de faire l'objet de critiques multiples. Pourtant, les dernières décisions prises (quotas, Q.M.G.) montrent que la réforme de la PAC. est sérieusement engagée. L'ampleur des changements est loin d'être négligeable. Le rôle joué par la France depuis les origines et au cours des dernières années est analysé et l'on montre que l'agriculture française aurait tout intérêt à faire jouer ses avantages comparatifs réels, en particulier dans la perspective de l'après-1992. La restructuration prévisible de l'agro-alimentaire européen, favorisée par le Marché Unique, aura des conséquences notables sur les agricultures des divers pays de la Communauté. [eng] The Common Agricultural Policy still widely criticized in many However, recent decisions Q.M.G.) show that an actual of the C.A.P. is underway. The magnitude of the changes is The role played by France since inception of the CAP and over more recent years is critically examined. It is suggested that agriculture has a long-run interest relying on comparative and particularly so in view of prospects of the after-1992 The European food industry will certainly go through a process of restructuration due to the single and this developments will but significantly impact sectors in various member

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  • Yves Léon & Louis-P. Mahe, 1990. "La politique agricole commune et l'échéance de 1993," Revue Française d'Économie, Programme National Persée, vol. 5(2), pages 29-59.
  • Handle: RePEc:prs:rfreco:rfeco_0769-0479_1990_num_5_2_1249 Note: DOI:10.3406/rfeco.1990.1249

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