The Integrated Administration and Control System (IACS) is an anti-fraud and expenditure control mechanism for the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP). In the UK, farmers see the forms and the related inspection regime as a considerable burden. It is therefore useful to compare the implementation of IAG with that of other countries, to see if there is support for the view that the UK enforces EU regulations too stringently. The conclusion is that there is no evidence of anti-competitive administrative differences but there are cultural differences. In France the forms are highly bureaucratic but there is plenty of help whilst in Ireland everything is done to minimise paperwork. MAFF is not unduly stringent but there needs to be a shift so that the farmer is given the position of priority customer.
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