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    Agriculture - What do Europe's citizens think about the CAP?

    something about it, but only 20 % of farmers and 10 % of the general public felt that they were well informed on the subject. Perhaps as a result, a majority of both groups felt that the consequences for Europe would be negative. When asked about the trade discussions with the World Trade Organisation (WTO), 65 % of farmers and 77 % of the general public had heard nothing about them, with only a very
    10 May 2001
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    Microsoft Word - ReportSP389AGRIagriculture_2012-05-18

    fair-trade standards, these logos indicate that products conform to specific EU standards. The Organic farming logo indicates that a product has been produced in accordance with EU organic farming regulations. The three other logos represent EU schemes promoting and protecting names of quality agricultural products and foodstuffs. ‘ ‘Traditional speciality guaranteed’ (TSG) indicates that a product
    03 Jul 2012
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    Agriculture - What do Europe's citizens think about the CAP?

    for farmers: 77% To encourage the diversification of agricultural products and activities: 73% To favour methods of organic production: 72% To protect the taste of European agricultural products: 73% To protect the specificity of European agricultural products: 73% To reduce development disparities between regions: 72% To defend farmers' interests in their dealings with intermediaries and distributors:
    10 May 2001
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    Agriculture - What do Europe's citizens think about the CAP?

    agriculture more competitive on world markets: 80% To ensure stable and adequate incomes for farmers: 79% To encourage the diversification of agricultural products and activities: 76% To favour methods of organic production: 75% To protect the taste of European agricultural products: 77% To protect the specificity of European agricultural products: 78% To reduce development disparities between regions:
    10 May 2001
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    Agriculture - What do Europe's citizens think about the CAP?

    that agricultural products are healthy and safe. 55 % think that the CAP plays its role fairly well in promoting the respect of the environment. 48 % believe that the CAP is making European agriculture more competitive on world markets. 47 % of EU citizens believe that the CAP is supportive in favouring methods of organic production. 29 % of Europeans (9 % more than in 2003 and 2002), recognise the
    10 May 2001
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    Microsoft Word - Summary CAP 2007_EN_v6

    LONG- EST FEMALE LEFT OLDEST Reasonable food prices for consumers ▪ Fair standard of living for farmers ▪ ▪ ▪ Environmental protection ▪ ▪ ▪ Enhancing rural areas ▪ ▪ Ensuring farm animals are well treated ▪ ▪ Organic methods ▪ ▪ Protecting family-type farms ▪ ▪ ▪ Encouraging quality production ▪ Sustainable practices ▪ ▪ ▪ Stabilising markets ▪ 8 QE4 (2006)
    11 Mar 2008
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    Europeans and the Common Agricultural Policy

    farmers' interests in their dealings Reduce development gaps between regions Favour methods of organic production Encourage the agricultural diversification Protect the taste of European agricultural products Protect the specificity of European agricultural products Ensure stable and adequate incomes for farmers Make European agriculture more competitive Favour and improve life in the countryside Help
    24 Jun 2002
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    Microsoft Word - CAP 2007 EN_v16

    Agricultural aims: Importance and performance (2007) Note: X-Axis = difference of rated importance from mean importance based on all priorities (=25.33) Y-Axis = Performance index (% performing well = % performing badly) Ensuring supplies Fair standard of living for farmers prices environment Animal welfare Farmers adapt to cons. preference Enhance rural areas Organic Quality Competitiveness European
    11 Mar 2008
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    Chapter 1

    world markets 3 help farmers to adapt their production to consumers’ expectations 4 defend farmers’ interests in their dealings with intermediaries and distributors 5 favour and improve life in the countryside 6 reduce development gaps between regions 7 encourage the diversification of agricultural products and activities 8 favour methods of organic production 9 promote the respect of the environment
    15 Oct 2004
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    Europeans and the Common Agricultural Policy

    taste of European agricultural products Protect small or medium sized farms Ensure that agricultural products are healthy and safe Favour and improve life in the countryside Reduce development gaps between regions Encourage the diversification of agricultural products and activities Favour methods of organic production (SHOW CARD - READ OUT - MAX. 3 ANSWERS) Ensure stable and adequate incomes for farmers
    20 Jan 2006