The CAP is also affected by agricultural concessions granted to a large number of countries under several multilateral and bilateral agreements, as well as unilateral derogations granted under the Generalised System of Preferences (GSP). These preferential agreements explain the high level of EU agricultural imports from developing countries (3.2.10, Table VI). WTO information on agriculture, including notifications from WTO members Video: use of AGIMS 2. According to the mid-term review agreement, according to which direct or indirect aid measures to support agricultural and rural development are an integral part of the development programmes of developing countries, investment aid which is generally available to agriculture in developing countries and aid for the use of agriculture which are generally low-income or low-resource producers in developing countries. development, educational obligations that would otherwise apply to measures such as. B national aid to producers in developing countries to encourage the diversification of illicit drug crops. National aid which satisfies the criteria of this paragraph shall not be included in the calculation of a Member`s total current amS amount.