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A survey of agricultural price and trade policy instruments of Central European countries since the beginning of economic transition indicates several similar patterns of instrument choice among the transition economies. We find that the common pattern of agricultural policy choices in Central European countries mirrors many important features of the Western European experience. In addition, we also find that free trade associations and international agreements have and will increasingly limit the set of agricultural price and trade policy instruments available to governments.

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