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Thursday, 17 February 2011

APRODEV lobby briefs on CAP reform 2013

The impact of CAP on food markets and food security in developing countries is hardly addressed in CAP debates, says the development network APRODEV. Matters relating to external aspects of CAP need to be assessed and monitored to identify possible negative effects. The CAP should be subjected to a coherence test and should adhere to the principle of “do-no-harm” to food markets in developing countries. APRODEV is publishing a series of six lobby briefs on the reform process of the Common Agricultural Policy of the EU looking at (1) International responsibility of CAP, (2) Trade Defence Measures, (3) Preventing dumping, (4) EU imports of animal feed, (5) Standards and (6) Indexation of direct payments. […] The intent is to influence the policy and position of the EU on CAP towards 2020 and to inform the public debate on the external impact of the CAP and on what is at stake for developing countries.

Source: APRODEV