Agreement On Price Assurance And Farm Services Bill

If such a structure is not removed by the promoter, its ownership shall belong to the farmer after the conclusion of the agreement or at the end of the term of the contract. Note that the regulations do not nullify existing APCA laws (as Bihar did), but limit the regulation of APMCs to the physical limits of the markets under their control. Regulations can increase competition, which can also make CACs more efficient in providing low-cost marketing services. [12] In addition, for farmers who sell their products outside the CMPA markets, the prices charged on the CMPA markets can serve as a reference price and contribute to better pricing for farmers. . . .

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