A Position and Perspectives of Serbian Agrarian Sector in International Integrations Report as inadecuate




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A national policy of the Republic of Serbia bases on a membership in theEuropean Union (EU) and the World Trade Organization (WTO). In accordance withit, Serbia gives up a self-sufficiency strategy for any product, which implies marketliberalization and free trade with other countries. Regarding that Serbia is aiming tobecome a member of the EU and the WTO, agriculture should prepare forcompetition on developed market, free from trade barriers. Current bilateralagreements in free trade with neighbouring countries, Serbia has replaced in 2006with one within the CEFTA (Central European Free Trade Agreement) agreement, bywhich has entered the market of around 27 million inhabitants and has accepted aresponsibility to realize it, aiming to promote trade in this region. The stabilizationand Association Agreement (SAA) provides, in quantity sense, a new level topreferential relations between Serbian agriculture exchange and the EU agriculture,while it provides an asymmetry in Serbia's favour, after which the European Uniondetermines and continuous its duty free import of agro-food products from Serbia,and Serbia gradually decreases its customs duties and other taxes, during the fiveyear-lasting transitional period, for the most of these products.

Subject(s): Agricultural and Food Policy

Issue Date: 2013

Publication Type: Conference Paper/ Presentation

PURL Identifier: http://purl.umn.edu/183909

Total Pages: 16

Record appears in: Slovenian Association of Agricultural Economists (DAES) > 2013 Conference: Tools for decision support in agriculture and rural development, April 18-19, 2013, Krško, Slovenia





Author: Cvijanovic, Drago ; Mihailovic, Branko ; Parausic, Vesna

Source: http://ageconsearch.umn.edu/record/183909?ln=en







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