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CAP Crisis reserve should become “more readily available” – Agrifish Council

Performance report will add more red-tape for member states

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As crises will be a recurrent feature of EU agriculture in the years to come, the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) crisis reserve should be triggered easily and in an automatic fashion, a number of member states have declared.

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