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Conditionality in both pillars of the CAP will deliver on environmental front – Commissioner Hogan

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Conditionality tied to delivering agri-environmental outcomes will be the salient feature of the new Common Agriculture Policy (CAP) delivery model, according to EU Farm Commissioner Phil Hogan. 


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