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The EU olive oil policy, recent evolutions and perspectives

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  • Sophie Drogué

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This paper examines the recent evolutions of the European olive oil policy from the implementation of the Uruguay Round Agreement on Agriculture to the last reform of the Common Agricultural Policy. It considers two important aspects of the Common Market Organization for olive oil, domestic support and market access. Indicators are used to estimate the level of support and protection benefiting to this sector. Some conclusions are drawn about the likely impact on olive oil producers of the new reform to be implemented in 2006.

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  • Sophie Drogué, 2006. "The EU olive oil policy, recent evolutions and perspectives," Working Papers 2006/01, INRA, Economie Publique.
  • Handle: RePEc:apu:wpaper:2006/01
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    1. Swinbank, Alan & Ritson, Christopher, 1995. "The impact of the GATT agreement on EU fruit and vegetable policy," Food Policy, Elsevier, vol. 20(4), pages 339-357, August.
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