By Mr Jack Brian
This ebook severely examines the advance and present constitution of ecu Union agri-environmental measures at a important point. interpreting the measures in an built-in demeanour, exhibiting how they interrelate linking assorted facets of eu Union agricultural legislations and coverage, this quantity examines the laws followed at eu Union point in addition to the influence of specific nationwide measures to enforce that laws. the place applicable, comparisons are drawn among the way within which ecu Union laws has been carried out between numerous Member States. significantly assessing ecu Union and nationwide measures, within the gentle of different coverage pressures comparable to the impression of global exchange agreements and the political pressures exerted through the rural zone in the nationwide criminal platforms of person Member States, this quantity is a beneficial source for lecturers studying and practitioners operating within the parts of ecu Union environmental and agricultural legislation.
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The Community itself refunded Member States expenditure upon intervention payments and export refunds – thus ensuring a system of financial solidarity through the Community budget. The price structure also enabled the Community to address a number of the problems that were being experienced in European agriculture. 27 Although incomes may increase in the general population this will not necessarily result in more food being purchased, since there is a limit to the amount of food people can consume.
This price structure was also applied in the other common organisations which provided full price guarantees to farmers. The target price was the maximum price that, it was hoped, produce would attain upon Community markets, but beyond which those prices could no longer be considered reasonable for consumers. In contrast, the intervention price was a minimum price, below which it was considered producers would be unable to earn reasonable incomes. 26 In this way the intervention price provided a floor for the market price and the intervention system also provided a market for surplus produce.
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Agriculture and EU Environmental Law by Mr Jack Brian