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Chris Horseman

London, UK

Chris Horseman is Editorial Director of Informa Agribusiness Intelligence. As well as managing Agribusiness Intelligence’s Insight teams in the areas of Policy &Regulation and Commodities, Chris is also a seasoned analyst of European and global agricultural and trade policy.

After graduating from the University of Birmingham (UK), Chris worked for a period of time at the European Commission before joining Informa as a Brussels Correspondent for Agra Europe in 1987.

Chris took up a senior editorial position in Agra Europe’s UK office in 1991, and became Editorial Director in 2006. Since then he has edited numerous news services and helped to oversee the company’s transition from a traditional print newsletter operation to a dynamic digital provider of online news, data, insight and analysis.

Chris is a regular speaker and moderator at agricultural conferences and seminars, and has made numerous appearances on TV and radio news programmes. His specialist areas include the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP), agricultural trade policy and the World Trade Organisation (WTO).

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The Danish cheese Danbo has joined the roster of products of protected geographical indication (PGI). But the EU decision to grant the cheese protected status has added fuel to the fire of a simmering row with the United States and also provoked protests from other countries.
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