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EU auditors slam Commission’s CAP reform plan for falling short of ambitions and objectives

“Next CAP should be greener, rigorously performance-based and more accountable”

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The Commission’s proclaimed ambition to increase the CAP’s environmental and climate ambitions is not reflected in its reform proposals, which also fail to provide sufficient justification for the different policy instruments, the European Court of Auditors (ECA) has found.


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