2020

New CAP Reform; the aim is to make the CAP more responsive to current and future challenges such as climate change and generational renewal, while supporting European farmers in achieving a sustainable and competitive agricultural sector

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2013

New CAP Reform; strengthening competitiveness, sustainable farming, innovation, support for rural areas

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2003

Income support is conditionally provided. Farmers are responsible for fulfilling food safety requirements, environmental & animal health and welfare standards

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1992

Producer support through direct payment to farmers, encouraging farmers to be more environmentally friendly

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1984

Rise in productivity; farmers grow more food than needed. Measures are introduced to lower production levels to match the market demands.  

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1962

The CAP is adopted as a means to provide EU citizens with stable and safe food supply while strengthening the competitiveness and sustainability of EU agriculture  

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