The aim of this paper is to show how the creation of middle-term forecasts (provisional projections) can be used to help define objectives in agriculture and food production and, consequently, to facilitate the drafting and implementing of political measures needed to realize these objectives. The economic importance of the Six and the changes which mean that a Common Agricultural Policy is, from the outset, essential, have naturally led me to compare the actual dimension and prospects of European agriculture with the basic principles of the Common Agricultural Policy.
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