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Markets for agricultural products
EU legislation supports the production and marketing of agricultural products, taking into account the specific nature of the individual products. 2007/2008 will see a period of transition from the sectoral approach, where each category of products is governed by its own common organisation of the market (CMO), to the single CMO, a new, unified, approach covering all products. Despite this technical revolution, the principles adopted under the common agricultural policy (CAP) will continue to apply. This new unified framework will be applied gradually to the relevant sectors in the course of 2008.
- Common organisation of agricultural markets
- Common organisation of the market in cerealsArchives
- Live plants and floricultural productsArchives
- Dried fodderArchives
- Common organisation of the fruit and vegetable markets - (2007 reform)Archives
- Common organisation of the fruit and vegetable marketsArchives
- Common organisation of the market in processed fruit and vegetablesArchives
- Common organisation of the market in olive oil and table olivesArchives
- Flax and hemp grown for fibreArchives
- Common organisation of the market in milk and milk productsArchives
- Additional levy in the milk and milk products sector (milk quotas)Archives
- Common organisation of the sugar marketArchives
- Beef and vealArchives
- Common organisation of sheepmeat and goatmeat marketsArchives
- Towards a sustainable wine sectorArchives
- PRODUCTS NOT INCLUDED IN THE COMMON ORGANISATION OF AGRICULTURAL MARKETS