Chris Horseman is a former director of Informa Agribusiness Intelligence and now works for IEG Policy and Vu in a freelance consultant and editorial capacity.
He is a seasoned analyst of European and global agricultural and trade affairs. His specialist areas include the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP), agricultural trade policy and the World Trade Organisation (WTO).
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.
He is a regular speaker and moderator at agricultural conferences and seminars, and has made numerous appearances on TV and radio news programmes.
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The UK’s food standards must be the benchmark for any future UK trade deal - and a Trade and Standards Commission should be created to ensure that food that does not meet UK regulations cannot be imported into Britain.
The link between subsidies paid to farmers in England and the area of land they manage is to be definitively broken as from 2022, the UK government has announced.
European cattle prices have remained broadly stable over the past week, as a firm market for manufacturing beef has offset a somewhat weaker tendency for prime cattle.
The EU broiler market has jumped by 2.0% over the past week, taking the average price to a new nine-month high.
European lamb prices have fallen back over the past week, as the divergence between UK and EU27 markets intensified.
Concerns over reduced supplies of pigs have kept European pig markets buoyant once again over the past week, despite the continuing logistical problems in China.