Alessandro Mancosu is IEG Vu’s Brussels correspondent, specialising in EU agri-food policy and related EU topics.
He has previously written about competition policy, as well as working in marketing for an asset management company. Alessandro has also done an internship as an information assistant at the European Commission, Enterprise and Industry Department.
Born in Sardinia, Italy, Aleesandro is fluent in English, French and Spanish, with a good knowledge of German. He has a Master’s Degree in European Studies from the King’s College London, and a Postgraduate Diploma in Journalism from the London School of Journalism.
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The spending of the future Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) should be based on ambitious and relevant performance targets while also fully respecting the legality and regularity requirements, a new report by the European Court of Auditors (ECA) has stated.
EU antidumping duties and taxes on imports of fertilisers to the bloc, are putting farmers at a competitive disadvantage internationally and should be abolished, according to an EU farm organisation.
The European Parliament appealed to the US to withdraw their antidumping duties on Spanish olives and called for a “mutually constructive approach” on both sides of the Atlantic.
China remains the origin of most counterfeit and pirated goods arriving into the EU, according to a Commission report on the protection and enforcement of intellectual property rights in third countries.
The General Court of the European Union has annulled a Commission’s decision, whereby they had rejected an application for review of the marketing authorisation granted to genetically modified (GM) soybean products.
If the UK is successful in making its agricultural transition out of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP), it will become a role model for successive CAP reforms, but if it fails advocates for continued income support to farmers will be the winners, Emeritus Professor Alan Matthews said.