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CAP subsidies 'make no sense if trade deals drive EU farmers out of business' - MEP

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The Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) is not only about subsidies but also about trade, and it does not make any sense to keep funding farmers who will be driven out of business by cheaper imports coming from outside Europe, an MEP has said.

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