price supports

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  • Price support and resistance levels are key trading tools in any market.
  • Farm price supports are an essential part of our program to achieve these ends. Cited from Complete State of the Union Addresses
  • In order for farmers to participate in the price support program, they must agree to cut production.
  • However, the problem of low price support for rice still continues to affect the production sector.
  • The declining prices led producers to demand some form of price support system.
  • A 2010 audit said the company still did not provide effective price support.
  • A series of Acts of Parliament followed, designed to give price support and grants to farmers.
  • Our price support legislation must be adapted to these objectives. Cited from State of the Union, Harry S. Truman
  • Additionals are eligible only for the lower of two price support levels available under the peanut price support program.
  • Only more recently, though, has this shift from price support to producer support become the core of the reform of the global agricultural system.
  • Because of these price supports, in Canada cheese costs half again more than it does in the United States. Cited from How and When to Be Your Own Doctor,Moser & Solomon
  • This increase is due mainly to expenditures for purposes of price stabilization and price support resulting from the war food production program. Cited from State of the Union, Harry S. Truman
  • Education loan programs and agriculture price support and loan programs also implicate spouses.
  • Mandatory price supports should be provided for the commodities not now covered which are major sources of farm income. Cited from Complete State of the Union Addresses
  • Abraham suggested several non-price support tax provisions that could subsidize the construction of the pipeline.
  • Another thing the Congress should do at this session is to strengthen our system of farm price supports to meet the defense emergency. Cited from State of the Union, Harry S. Truman
  • They would all establish new programs that would require producers to choose between price supports or a guarantee of some of their expected revenue.
  • The 1996 changes to the peanut price support program were designed to ensure that it also operated at no cost.
  • The cost to the government of the price support is equal to the cost of the surplus in the market (represented in gray).
  • The present price support program must be reexamined and modernized. Cited from State of the Union, Harry S. Truman
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