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IEG Policy's November Top 10: ECA slams CAP plans, cell-cultured meat decision, Farm Bill 'agreement'

Other most read articles last month include: US anger at EU antibiotic rules, Brexit deal fallout, Bayer to publish glyphosate studies

The European Court of Auditors was damning in its appraisal of the European Commission Common Agricultural Policy reform proposals last month, while in the US, agreement was reached on the US Farm Bill and how to regulate the cell-cultured meat industry.

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