production subsidy

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A payment by the government to producers of a good or service, at a fixed sum per unit produced. This is available only to domestic producers and not to importers. An important example of a production subsidy is the support for farmers provided by the EU under the Common Agricultural Policy.

Subjects: Economics.

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