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    How economically benefits of CAP reform are farmer in saving the taxpayer and investing in development the countryside improving in a better place to live and work. the according with OECD's in 2000 the farms total income was about 40% in the EU. Costumer also benefits as well with reduction of price.Wherever Developing Country won with free market and low tax in dumping in EU, reduction of trade barries aim in encourages economic growing in a process called Market Equilibrim, show in table below. The Market Equilibrim is at E where quantity demand equality supplied with price P2 and quantity Q2.


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    Re: economic

    Quote Originally Posted by fatinha View Post
    How economically benefits of CAP reform are farmer in saving the taxpayer and investing in development the countryside improving in a better place to live and work. the according with OECD's in 2000 the farms total income was about 40% in the EU. Costumer also benefits as well with reduction of price.Wherever Developing Country won with free market and low tax in dumping in EU, reduction of trade barries aim in encourages economic growing in a process called Market Equilibrim, show in table below.
    The Market Equilibrim is at E where quantity demand equality supplied with price P2 and quantity Q2.


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    Welcome to the forums. I am afraid there is a lot wrong.

    My interpretations

    How economically benefits of CAP reform are farmer in saving the taxpayer and investing in development the countryside improving in a better place to live and work

    How can the economic benefits of CAP reform for farmers save taxpayers' money, while encouraging investment in the countryside, making it a better place to live and work in.

    the according with OECD's in 2000 the farms total income was about 40% in the EU.

    According to the OECD's statistics, in 2000 the total income from farming was about 40% of GDP in the EU.

    Costumer also benefits as well with reduction of price

    Customers will benefit from a reduction in prices.

    Wherever Developing Country won with free market and low tax in dumping in EU, reduction of trade barries aim in encourages economic growing in a process called Market Equilibrim, show in table below.

    Wherever developing countries, through the free market and low taxation, dump cheap goods in the EU, a reduction of trade barriers aims to encourage economic growth, a process called Market Equilibrium, shown in the table below.

    The Market Equilibrim is at E where quantity demand equality supplied with price P2 and quantity Q2.

    The Market Equilibrium is at E, where quantity demand = supplied, with price = P2 and quantity = Q2

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