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Единая Аграрная Политика Европейского Союза – Путь Становления И Принципы Функционирования
[Common agricultural policy of the European Union – Development and principles of functioning]

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  • Lissitsa, Alexej
  • Luka, Oksana
  • Gagaljuk, Taras
  • Kvaésa, Sergiy
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    В данной работе отображены основные принципы и механизмы функционирования аграрной политики Европейского Союза. Предложенный вниманию широкого круга русскоязычных читателей дискуссионный материал не претендует на роль самого обширного и самого досконального источника информации касательно такой много- гранной сферы, как аграрная политика ЕС. Он, скорее, дает более-менее полный обзор аграрной отрасли ЕС, в особенности ее аграрной политики, и должен рассматриваться как отправная точка для получения дальнейшей информации и проведения конструк- тивной критики.

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    Paper provided by Leibniz Institute of Agricultural Development in Transition Economies (IAMO) in its series IAMO Discussion Papers with number 92.

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    Date of creation: 2006
    Handle: RePEc:zbw:iamodp:92
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