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CAP reform critics from farmers unions

Copa-Cogeca’s reaction to the main elements in the Commission’s proposals

Monday 12 March 2012, by Carlos San Juan


Copa-Cogeca is the united voice of farmers and agri-cooperatives in the EU. Together, they ensure that EU agriculture is sustainable, innovative and competitive, guaranteeing food security to half a billion people throughout Europe. Copa represents over 13 million farmers and their families whilst Cogeca represents the interests of 38,000 agricultural cooperatives. They have 70 member organisations from the EU Member States.

Copa-Cogeca’s reaction to the main elements in the Commission’s proposals

##Simplification

##Direct Payment Scheme

Redistribution between Member States

Moving towards a regional or national flat rate in all Member States

Active farmers

Capping

Mandatory Greening

Cross compliance

Generation renewal

Small farmers’ scheme

Coupled payments

pyments for areas with natural constraints (currently denominated LFAs) under pillar 1

Un-used funds

##Single Common Market Organisation

##Rural Development

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