Translation for 'agricultural policy' from English to Serbian
аграрна политика {ж}
agricultural policy
аграрна политика {ж}
agrarian policy
спољна политика {ж}
foreign policy
3 translations
To translate another word just start typing!

Usage Examples English
  • Agricultural policy describes a set of laws relating to domestic agriculture and imports of foreign agricultural products.
  • During the red-green coalition (1998–2005) a policy of agricultural change was launched labeled as a paradigm shift in agricultural policy towards a more ecological friendly agriculture, which needs to continue.
  • In general, however, with the exception of directives related to the Common Agricultural Policy, directives are addressed to all member states.
  • Greece is a major beneficiary of the EU's Common Agricultural Policy.
  • However, it is exempt from the Common external tariff, the Common Agricultural Policy and the requirement to levy Value added tax.

  • He fought for Switzerland's membership of the European Economic Area and of the World Trade Organization, and played a decisive role in shaping the new Swiss agricultural policy.
  • Certain policies of First World governments have been criticized as protectionist, however, such as the Common Agricultural Policy in the European Union, longstanding agricultural subsidies and proposed "Buy American" provisions in economic recovery packages in the United States.
  • He strongly supported the New Deal and presided over a major shift in federal agricultural policy, implementing measures designed to curtail agricultural surpluses and to ameliorate rural poverty.
  • A variety of different sweeteners may be used in cola, often influenced by local agricultural policy.
  • These changes have been fostered by the regional articulation of the EU's Common Agricultural Policy.

  • The repeal of these last remaining provisions ended the automatic incorporation into UK law of all future EU laws (with all previous EU laws being retained and transferred into UK law under the European Union (Withdrawal) Act 2018), and most future judgments of the ECJ as well as the regulations of the European Union Customs Union, the European Single Market, the Common Agricultural Policy and the Common Fisheries Policy, after 48 years on the statute book (with the exception to Northern Ireland under the terms of the Northern Ireland protocol), bringing to an end decades of political debate and discussions about the constitutional significance of the Act and its effect on the principle of Parliamentary sovereignty.
  • His early influence in setting the parameters of the EEC can still be seen today, most notably with the controversial Common Agricultural Policy.
© Serbian-English dictionary 2024
Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
Links to this dictionary or to individual translations are very welcome!