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Adam Sharpe specializes in a range of topics in the agribusiness sphere including trade, policy and legislation, and the impact of Brexit on the UK and EU farming sectors.
He joined Informa in 2007 and was appointed Editor of Agra Europe in September 2011.
Previously, he was Deputy Editor of food industry title Foodnews and Senior Reporter at the agricultural commodity newsletter The Public Ledger–both now part of IEG Vu.
Before he became a journalist, Adam worked in the marketing sector for a number of leading UK and multinational companies. He has a BA (Hons) degree in management from the University of Brighton.
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Latest From Adam Sharpe
The proposed merger between Bayer and Monsanto should be blocked under EU competition rules, as divesting particular assets would not address the underlying concerns, a new study has found.
US agriculture secretary Sonny Perdue has met with British MPs to discuss post-Brexit UK-US agri-food trade and reaching an agreement on Tariff Rate Quotas (TRQ) at the World Trade Organization (WTO).
Emmanuel Macron has said negotiations between the EU and the Mercosur group of Latin American countries need to be ‘refreshed’ and will discuss the matter with other EU leaders next week.
Seven of the world’s biggest meat exporting countries have written to the EU and UK objecting to their widely reported plan to split existing tariff rate quotas (TRQs) after Brexit.
Opposition to a reported EU-UK agreement on how agricultural import quotas should be carved up post-Brexit is strengthening with a number of key agricultural trade partners, including the US, Brazil and Canada, claiming the approach is not consistent with the principle of leaving other World Trade Organization (WTO) members “no worse off”.
The UK and the European Union are reported to be moving closer to agreement on how agricultural import quotas should be divided up after the UK leaves in EU in 2019. Opposition, however, is coming from key trade partners.