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OTTAWA, July 31, 2017 — Domestic subsidies in many countries encourage production increases that result in considerable surpluses and lower prices on global markets, according to a new study released today by the Canadian Agri-Food Policy Institute (CAPI). The study also found these production increases fuel highly unsustainable production practices and the misallocation of natural resources.

The comprehensive study, Understanding Agricultural Support, was prepared by Al Mussell, Douglas Hedley, Kamal Karunagoda, and Brenda Dyack of Agri-Food Economic Systems, with support from the Canadian Federation of Agriculture and Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs. The report seeks a better understanding of the impacts of domestic income support programs in key markets and competitors on the competitiveness of Canada's agriculture and agri-food sector.

A summary of the report is available here.

To obtain a copy of the full report (available only in English), please contact CAPI at devynckl@ bongdatructiep www.mansfieldsaddleclub.com.

About the Canadian Agri-Food Policy Institute
As an independent, non-partisan policy catalyst, CAPI brings insight, evidence and balance to emerging issues. CAPI provides a neutral place to hold dialogues and generate perspectives among leaders across the food system. For more information, visit bongdatructiep www.mansfieldsaddleclub.com or follow us on Twitter: @CdnAgriFood

For further Information
Louise de Vynck
Communications Coordinator
devynckl@ bongdatructiep www.mansfieldsaddleclub.com
613-759-1029



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