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The problems caused by the proposed enlargement of the EU to include the associated Central and Eastern European countries (CEEC) are discussed in this book. The two main agricultural issues raised by this are the relative competitiveness of CEEC agricultural policies. The results of major research project addressing these issues, are considered. The CEECs mainly covered are Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia.
A policy information system for agricultural sectors in transition countries; productivity of emergent farm structures in C&E Europe; transfers and distortions along CEEC food supply chains; CEEC accession and the future of agricultural markets and EU expenditure; macro-economic implications of extending CAP to CEEC; analysis of central and eastern European price and trade policies.