ABSTRACT. Rickard and Sumner note that, in horticultural markets, trade barriers often apply to the processed products (domestic support applies to farm-produced raw commodities). Cook observes that, worldwide, consumption and cultivation of fruits and vegetables is increasing. According to ECD-GA, the EU is an active operator on the world market. Delayen argues that, in 2000, the EU expanded its basis for direct subsidies programs to address long-term goals for development. Jacobsen and Bokelmann write that the German horticultural sector is facing an increasing international competition.


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