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Regional and International Trade Policy. Lessons for the EU Accession in the Rural Sector -- World Bank/FAO Workshop, June 20-23, 1998

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  • Csaki, C.
  • Nash, J.

With appropriate preparation and policies, the enlargement of the European Union (EU) will result in a broader and higher-level integration of European agriculture, create an environment more conducive to further liberalization of global agricultural trade, and lead to further opening of European markets.This volume includes the following topics: -lessons learned from other regional agricultural trade agreements -the evolution of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) -an analysis of the economic impact of trade flows -the harmonization of agricultural policies within trade agreements -the implications of the external trade environment for the accession countries -the role of sanitary and phytosanitary trade rule in EU accession -quantifying the incentive and farm income effects of agricultural support policies in transition economies -major challenges to agricultural input regulation and trade during transition and EU accession -concluding comments by the World Bank.

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Length: 119 pages
Date of creation: 1999
Handle: RePEc:fth:wobate:434
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