The EU’s Common Agricultural Policy Post 2020: Directions of Change and Potential Trade and Market Effects



Alan Matthews | International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development


Farm policy in the European Union and other major economies can have significant implications not just for producers, consumers, and other market actors domestically, but also at the international level. This paper seeks to provide trade negotiators and other policy actors with an evidence-based analysis of the likely implications of the new EU Common Agricultural Policy for global food and agriculture trade and markets, with a particular focus on how various scenarios could affect products and value chains of importance to developing and least developed countries.



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