Agriculture
The Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) and the Common Market Organisation (CMO), which is derived from it, directly influence the farmers' income and, therefore, the supply of the commercial and industrial companies. They also participate in the market equilibrium, by activating mechanisms such as export refunds, private storage aid or public intervention. Finally, the CAP also legislates for access to funds for the modernization of commercial, industrial or promotion structures. Therefore, it defines the scope within which the livestock trade, the meat trade and the meat industry perform.
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ANIMAL HEALTH UPDATE JULY-AUGUST 2019
Document n°16663
SCOPAFF MEETINGS JUNE JULY 2019 OUTCOMES
Document n°16637
CIVIL SOCIETY DIALOGUE EU-MEXICO SUSTAINABILITY IMPACT ASSESSMENT 04072019
Document n°16364
MERCOSUR-FOLLOW-UP-FOCUS ON TIMELINES-3JULY2019
Document n°16358
MERCOSUR – TRADE – SPLIT FOR BEEF – FIRST CONFIRMED DETAILS 1 JULY 2019
Document n°16323
MEAT MARKET OBSERVATORY – MEETING 14TH JUNE 2019 - MINUTES
Document n°16271
EU/MERCOSUR TRADE DEAL NEGOTIATION - WARNING LETTER AND OPINIONS
Document n°16251
UECBVNOTE BEEF IMPORT TARIFF QUOTAS PREFERENTIAL IMPORT 2018-19_UPDATE 30APR2019
Document n°16229
BRIEFING NOTE VIETNAM POULTRY CPGROUP
Document n°16188
ANIMAL HEALTH ADVISORY COMMITTEE 20 MAY 2019 UECBV NOTE
Document n°16084
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