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   *land receiving payments should be kept in good agricultural and environmental condition (G.A.E.C). “Good agricultural condition is generally interpreted to mean that the land will not be abandoned and environmental problems such as erosion will be avoided” this requirement could be interpreted as re-establishing the link between the payment and the factors of production employed (land management practices) and ultimately current production; some form of management of the land should be maintained;   *land receiving payments should be kept in good agricultural and environmental condition (G.A.E.C). “Good agricultural condition is generally interpreted to mean that the land will not be abandoned and environmental problems such as erosion will be avoided” this requirement could be interpreted as re-establishing the link between the payment and the factors of production employed (land management practices) and ultimately current production; some form of management of the land should be maintained;
   *entitlements are tradable within the EU member states (not among them) but certain limitations are imposed (Ciaian, Kancs and Swinnen, 2010). For example, in the Netherlands,​ entitlements can be transferred among farmers only when the farmer has land without entitlements;​   *entitlements are tradable within the EU member states (not among them) but certain limitations are imposed (Ciaian, Kancs and Swinnen, 2010). For example, in the Netherlands,​ entitlements can be transferred among farmers only when the farmer has land without entitlements;​
-  *areas already under permanent pasture should must remain so; in practise, certain reductions at regional level were accepted before Member States would be forced to  +  *areas already under permanent pasture should must remain so; in practise, certain reductions at regional level were accepted before Member States would be forced to interact.
-  *interact.+
   *a strengthened rural development policy based on expanded EU budget outlayswith more EU money, new measures to promote the environment,​ quality and animal welfare and to help farmers to meet EU production standards starting in 2005,    *a strengthened rural development policy based on expanded EU budget outlayswith more EU money, new measures to promote the environment,​ quality and animal welfare and to help farmers to meet EU production standards starting in 2005, 
   *a reduction in direct payments ("​modulation"​) for bigger farms to contribute to finance the new rural development policy, ​   *a reduction in direct payments ("​modulation"​) for bigger farms to contribute to finance the new rural development policy, ​
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