Agricultural negotiations are thorny at best, especially where candidate countries are concerned by Karel Bartak BRUSSELS–A March 1999 decision made by the special European Council–that new member states will not receive “direct payments” from the EU’s Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) until 2007–went through largely unnoticed then. It’s causing a stir now, however. The CAP consumes […]

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