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Additionally, there are some commodities in Japan and the EU for which the reduction in variability due to payments based on output and payments based on area is also significant. In Canada farm revenue variability is mainly reduced by market price support for selected commodities (wheat, coarse grains,1 milk and poultry). Finally, there are three countries in which, in addition to market price support, other PSE categories reduce revenue variability: Norway (payments based on output, area and input use), Switzerland (historical entitlements) and the United States (payments based on output, area and historical entitlements).

34 –42 –32 –21 –14 –29 –9 –39 Australia –50 .. .. .. –10 Canada –49 .. .. .. –33 European Union –57 –13 –13 .. .. –56 Japan –59 –19 .. .. –13 –48 Korea2 –26 .. .. .. –31 Mexico –43 .. .. .. –45 New Zealand –78 .. .. .. –26 Norway –61 –47 –38 .. –56 .. –48 Switzerland –39 .. –13 –11 .. –48 Turkey –38 .. .. .. –29 United States –60 –49 –24 –18 .. –40 –51 –32 –25 –16 –33 –13 –38 Average B. By country Average Note: The number of countries or commodities used to calculate the averages differs across the table.

6. Consumer Support Estimate by country (Percentage of consumption expenditure at farm gate) 1986-88 2000-02 % 30 20 10 0 -10 -20 -30 -40 -50 -60 -70 es St at lia ra d ite Un nd Ze st ala ak w Ne Au ia 1 d1 da lan ov Sl Po na y Ca ke ic 1 bl pu Re h ec Tu r ico y1 ar ng Hu ex 2 CD n OE M Cz ro pe an Un io nd ela ay Ic rw pa n No Ja Eu Sw itz er Ko re lan a d -80 1. For the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and the Slovak Republic, the reference years are 1991-93. 2. For 1986-88, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and the Slovak Republic are excluded.

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