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Implications of the new redistributive payment

March 4, 2013 Written by Alan Matthews Blog posts

Monday 4 March 2013, by Carlos San Juan


Ever since direct payments were introduced into the CAP, their unequal distribution has attracted unfavourable attention. The Commission’s 1991 paper The Development and Future of the CAP criticised the distribution of price support, noting that “80% of the support provided by FEOGA is devoted to 20% of farms which account also for the greater part of the land used in agriculture”. The proportions remain exactly the same in both the EU-15 and EU-12 today, according to the Commission’s latest figures for 2010

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