By MICHEL PETIT, MICHELE DE BENEDICTIS, DENIS BRITTON, MARTIJN DE GROOT, WILHELM HENRICHSMEYER and FRANCESCO LECHI (Eds.)
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Actually they supported the proposal to limit imports of grain substitutes, but this was never a very controversial issue in France. Their main concern was the deterioration in the prices they receive. Indeed the COM 500 43 document contained the expression "restrictive price policy". But this was not a new policy and there were no proposals to change grain policy instruments radically. e. about the "management" of the policy (Intervention Payment delays, attribution of export restitutions by the "Management Committee", resale of intervention stocks on the market).
These expressed the intention that in the future the CAP would rely more on long term structural action than on market intervention and price support to alleviate social and income problems in agriculture. 31 The proposed changes were to permit helping a larger number of farmers than had benefitted from previous structural directives, particularly small ones located in less favoured areas. The annual budget cost of these measures, if they had been adopted, would have doubled as compared to that of the socio-structural directives between 1980 and 1984.
Having a more solid financial basis, it can afford a better staff; but because of its structure and the way its officials 42 are elected, it probably has a smaller margin of manoeuvre than the FNSEA to take public stands. These features probably explain why the APCA did not play a major role in the policy debate. However, its position on dismantling MCAs and limiting the entry of grain substitutes clearly reflected a wide consensus among French farmers on these issues. Qtkm GmvuxJL Organization* As already indicated, although they did not actively participate in the policy debate, leftist organizations (CNSTP, FNSP, MODEF) by their sheer existence, played a significant role.
Agricultural Policy Formation in the European Community: The Birth of Milk Quotas and Cap Reform by MICHEL PETIT, MICHELE DE BENEDICTIS, DENIS BRITTON, MARTIJN DE GROOT, WILHELM HENRICHSMEYER and FRANCESCO LECHI (Eds.)