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The impacts of the reform are examined in the OECD report Analysis of the 2003 CAP reform. ● The combined share of market price support, output and input payments in the PSE has fallen from 96% in 1986-88 to 69% in 2001-03. Prices received by farmers were 34% higher than those on the world market in 2001-03, compared to 72% in 1986-88. ● Since 1986-88, there has been a significant move from market price support to payments based on area planted and animal numbers, which accounted for 28% of the PSE in 2001-03.
Domestic producer prices, which were 4% higher than world prices in 1986-88, compared to the OECD average of 31%, have been aligned with world prices since 2001. ● The implicit tax on consumers from agricultural policies (% CSE) declined from 6% in 1986-88 to 2% by 2001-03, compared to the OECD average of 24%. ● General services accounted for 40% of total support in 2001-03, with its share almost doubling since 1986-88, mainly due to increases in infrastructure, research and development expenditures.
NPC: Nominal Protection Coefficient. NAC: Nominal Assistance Coefficient. The PSE for “other commodities” is the residual of the PSE for all commodities minus the PSE for the commodities listed above. Austria, Finland and Sweden are included in the total for “all commodities” for all years, and in the commodity detail from 1995 (since joining the EU). Source: OECD, PSE/CSE database 2004. Sugar and milk benefit from relatively high levels of support in most OECD countries, with the notable exceptions of Australia and New Zealand.
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