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Consumer subsidy equivalent (CSE) The term 'Consumer subsidy equivalent (CSE) ' as it applies to the area of agriculture can be defined as ' A measure of the value of monetary transfers to consumers resulting from agricultural policies in a given year. If negative, it measures the implicit tax imposed on consumers by agricultural policies. The main component of the CSE is market transfers due to market price support to producers. The CSE can be measured in money terms, in money terms per unit of production, or in percentage terms. See producer subsidy equivalent (PSE)'.
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