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ABSTRACT. Niemi and Kola maintain that the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) of the EU is not the most efficient means of addressing an increasing number of policy objectives. Koning says that the EU simply harmonized and integrated the existing farm policies of its member countries. Kryn states that the Common Agricultural Policy is the largest area of EU expenditure. Rudloff points out that the EU agricultural budget in the framework of the Financial Perspective 20072013 will exert further pressure for reform of the Common Agricultural Policy.

 

IOANA ZAHARIA
NICOLAE TUDORESCU
CONSTANTIN ZAHARIA
University of Craiova

 

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