Proficiency English: Language and Composition Bk. 1 by W.S. Fowler

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13 Many pieces of legislation were passed at the time. 797/85 on improving the efficiency of agricultural structures (which was amended by EC Regulation No. 1760/87, but which remained in force until the end of 1994), both because of its wide use and its importance for Cretan agricultural development at the time. 7 Source: Jones 1984: 243. There are differences between the objectives laid down by the structural policy of the 1970s and that of the 1980s. For example, due to the rise in unemployment in the non-agricultural sector during the 1980s, incentives previously given to farmers to leave the land (for example by financing retraining), were abandoned in the 1980s, whereas at the same time, incentives were given to young farmers to stay in the agricultural sector.

2000: 483) argue, ‘pluriactive farming remains largely outside rural policies and institutions’ and therefore there is a need for a specific policy framework for pluriactivity and its impact on rural development.

The Case of Crete Here, I examine the implementation of the CAP in Crete during the years following Greece’s accession to the EC and try to assess its impact on Cretan agriculture. Before doing this, I will briefly mention the problems encountered by the agricultural economy of Crete during the 1980s. Two major factors of change in the structure of the Cretan economy have been the expansion of tourism (mainly in areas alongside the north coast, that is, Heracleon Chersonnesos, Malia, Agios Nikolaos, Rethymnon and Chania), and the introduction and development of market-gardening since the late 1960s (which spread out in the southern flat areas, that is Ierapetra, Tymbaki, Paleochora, Platanos etc.

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