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CAP reform sows seeds of panic among French farmers

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Is the CAP simplification exercise “better regulation”?

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Commission: New CAP will be 'fairer, not simpler, but maybe greener'

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Germany's CAP subsidies to favour small farmers, greening

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Farming deal ‘too flexible’ but caps largest direct payments

Opinion

How to kill off successful environmental schemes in Europe’s agriculture policy

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China sees liberalised EU as fertile market for milk supplies

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Study shows EU spending can save taxpayers money

Interview

De Geus: Better spending will preserve the EU social market model

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CAP 2014-2020: A long road to reform

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EU negotiators seal a deal on CAP reform

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‘Damn tough’ deal on CAP leaves little room for celebration

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Live coverage: EU summit kicks off with budget deal

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With no final deal in hand, CAP talks shift to Brussels

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CAP talks show the ‘democratic deficit’ may be narrowing

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Police arrest protestors as EU agriculture talks begin

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Italian farmers face fines for violating milk quota

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Farm groups urge CAP deal by end of June

Opinion

Chances of a greener CAP are on the line

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Commission calls for year-long transition for farm policy

Opinion

CAP conclave: Hiding behind a green smokescreen

Opinion

CAP reform: A promising start could end in disappointment

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Slovakia, Slovenia refuse to sign off on CAP deal

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Sugar mounds and wine lakes? Not likely, quota advocates say

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