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Thursday, 10 February 2011

France and Germany champion agricultural competition

Government delegates from both countries have come up with an agreement on the future of the CAP: Agriculture should continue as a common policy, but needs to improve its competitiveness. “A strong and fair CAP for competitive and market-oriented agriculture”: Such was the final statement at the outcome of a joint working party of delegates from the French National Assembly and Senate, and from the German Bundestag, after having agreed on the future of the Common Agricultural Policy. The three delegations released a joint declaration in which is stated that agriculture should continue to be financed mainly by the EU budget, but that it needs to become more competitive. The declaration strongly encourages reforms that will lead to improved market orientation.

Source: Euractiv.fr