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By MICHEL PETIT, MICHELE DE BENEDICTIS, DENIS BRITTON, MARTIJN DE GROOT, WILHELM HENRICHSMEYER and FRANCESCO LECHI (Eds.)

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A political understanding was reached with Germany which would allow, after revision of the VAT directive, a value added tax reduction for German prices which would result from MC A dismantling. - dairy production was to be checked by resorting to a system of quotas. Member countries were given a choice between a system of individual quotas or of quotas by dairy. The historical reference varied by country. Special treatment was given to Italy, Ireland and Greece. 8 % but the impact of MCAs on prices in national currencies was such that the average price expressed in these currencies slightly increased.

The reasons presented were the potential distortion of the fats market, the harmful effect on the oil-crushing industries and the interference with domestic food policy. In addition the fear of US retaliation was probably another motivation; and the French government did not want any outside authority to have the right to raise revenues within France. Italy and Greece would be likely to insist that olive oil be exempted. Given these positions, the fact that in order to be adopted such a tax would have be approved by all ten national governments legislatures substantially reduced the probability that the tax would be a part of the final package.

2 in Italy. The fact that policy decisions have an impact on such a large number of farms in France, Germany, Italy and Ireland explains why milk is of so much importance to them in the package. Many political and social problems are involved. The livestock sector is closely interdependent with that of cereals. 8 % of the total). 8 % ) , given the prevailing use of other products. 8 million tonnes. Those figures indicate quite clearly the importance of imports from non EC countries. To these data others relating to manioc, gluten feed and other cereal substitues must be added.

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