Impact Analysis of CAP Reform on the Main Agricultural Commodities

This report presents the main outcome of the study “Impact Analysis of CAP Reform on the Main
Agricultural Commodities” providing projections for each year from 2005 until 2015 for individual
Member States, for the aggregates EU-10, EU-15, EU-25 and EU-27. The study was carried out by the
AGMEMOD Partnership under the management of the Agricultural Economics Research Institute (LEI,
the Netherlands), in cooperation with the European Commission’s Joint Research Centre - Institute for
Prospective Technological Studies (JRC-IPTS).

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''Global trade liberalisation: opportunities for Australian farmers'''

ABARE, Australian Commodities, vol. 14 no. 1 March Quarter 2007. Global merchandise trade liberalisation would be expected to generate substantial benefits for the international community, including Australia. Two illustrative merchandise trade reform scenarios, analysed here, provide broad insights into the probable changes in agricultural trade.

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