Would it be possible to extend the CAP (Common Agricultural Policy) to the countries in the Baltic region, Poland, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania? What would be the impact of such policies? Are there any better alternatives? In this chapter an attempt is made to provide some answers to those questions.
KeywordsArable Land Agricultural Policy Free Trade Agreement Common Agricultural Policy Baltic State
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