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4. Assessment of the political impact In Austria there is a growing critic not on the European agricultural policy in general but on specific measures. It is claimed more and more that direct payments and premiums shout depend strictly on farm size and production systems favouring small units and organic farming. A. Lederer In order to improve the confidence in cattle products approved guidelines for all steps in the production chain, with a clear documentation and controlled by independent authorities, are necessary.

EU Accession In the current enlargement round, negotiations on chapter 7 (agriculture) have been opened with ten candidate countries. Assuming that ten new Member States could join the Union in 2004, the European Commission has elaborated scenarios and options regarding the application of the Common Agricultural Policy in new Member States. In general, it is expected that there will be no two-tier agricultural policy in the EU but one Common Agricultural Policy for all Member States. This does not exclude necessary transitional arrangements provided that they are in line with the relevant criteria of the application of the acquis as it stands at the moment of accession.

The additional payments should be calculated on the basis of 65 Euros per tons of gross beef production (expressed as carcass weight), excluding calves and including the trade balance in live animals (exports less imports expressed as carcass weight). The Commission has proposed that the period 1998-2000 be used as the base for this payment in the new Member States, which will, in 2004, receive 25 percent of the amount approved for the existing Members. 6. Slaughter premium Slaughter premiums have been applied since 1 January 2000 and are payable on bulls, steers, cows and heifers from the age of eight months and calves from one to seven months old and of a carcass weight of less than 160 kg.

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