The common organization of the markets in fishery products
This chapter addresses the common organization of the markets in fishery products. After an introduction to its legal basis and objectives, it considers the subject matter of the common organization of the markets. It then proceeds through the various areas covered by the common organization — including common marketing standards, consumer information, producer organizations, interbranch organizations, and prices and intervention — and ends with a section on enforcement and some conclusions.
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