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CAP Monitor

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CAP Monitor is the unique guide to the European Union’s Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) and is available to all European Agriculture Policy channel subscribers.

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EU agri-policy diary (Feb 26 – March 2): Brexit, honey and spirit drinks

Next week, ministers will be informed about the Brexit negotiations by the Commission’s chief negotiator Michel Barnier, while MEPs are set to debate and vote on the beekeeping sector and spirit drinks at the plenary meetings in Strasbourg. 

Brexit Market Support

UK will remain in CAP until end-2020, transition paper confirms

The United Kingdom is to remain effectively part of the Common Agricultural Policy until at least the end of 2020 – and potentially even longer than that – even though it will formally leave the bloc in March 2019.

Brexit CAP

Brexit to impact bottom line for UK egg producers, possible upside for poultry

UK egg producers are likely to see their incomes fall after Brexit but there may be some upside for chicken meat producers, according to a provisional impact assessment presented at this week’s National Farmers’ Union (NFU) conference in Birmingham.

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Trade Policy

Keeping the UK in the EEA would be best solution after Brexit – Swedish trade body

The best solution for seamless trade flows after Brexit would be for the UK to join the European Economic Area (EEA), according to a new paper by the Swedish National Board of Trade.

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EU would have "no alternatives" with UK on border control, mutual recognition

The EU would have no alternative but to implement border inspections for the trade in live animals and food when the UK leaves the bloc, a Commission document reveals. It also states that there is no existing trade model that amounts to "mutual recognition of product standards, labelling of food or food ingredients”.
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The EU will not compromise its own SPS standards through free trade agreements - Andriukaitis

Free trade agreements (FTAs) are for the EU a tool to promote and defend its own sanitary and phytosanitary (SPS) system, EU health and food safety Commissioner Vytenis Andriukaitis said. 

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Farm Policy

EU would have "no alternatives" with UK on border control, mutual recognition

The EU would have no alternative but to implement border inspections for the trade in live animals and food when the UK leaves the bloc, a Commission document reveals. It also states that there is no existing trade model that amounts to "mutual recognition of product standards, labelling of food or food ingredients”.
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The EU will not compromise its own SPS standards through free trade agreements - Andriukaitis

Free trade agreements (FTAs) are for the EU a tool to promote and defend its own sanitary and phytosanitary (SPS) system, EU health and food safety Commissioner Vytenis Andriukaitis said. 

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EU agri-policy diary (Feb 26 – March 2): Brexit, honey and spirit drinks

Next week, ministers will be informed about the Brexit negotiations by the Commission’s chief negotiator Michel Barnier, while MEPs are set to debate and vote on the beekeeping sector and spirit drinks at the plenary meetings in Strasbourg. 

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Environment & Conservation

The EU will not compromise its own SPS standards through free trade agreements - Andriukaitis

Free trade agreements (FTAs) are for the EU a tool to promote and defend its own sanitary and phytosanitary (SPS) system, EU health and food safety Commissioner Vytenis Andriukaitis said. 

EU European Agricultural Policy

UK will remain in CAP until end-2020, transition paper confirms

The United Kingdom is to remain effectively part of the Common Agricultural Policy until at least the end of 2020 – and potentially even longer than that – even though it will formally leave the bloc in March 2019.

Brexit CAP

Majority of EU citizens wants a better position for farmers in the agri-food supply chain

A large majority of EU citizens that strengthening the farmers’ role in the food supply chain is of crucial importance, according to the latest EU-wide Eurobarometer survey. 

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Renewable Energy

EU bio-economy strategy should address "East-West divide"

Ministers from Central and Eastern European member states have complained about the detrimental position of their farmers in the EU’s bio-economy, as they would remain stuck in a position of raw material suppliers rather than becoming full-fledged producers of bio-products.

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US blocks India's request for WTO compliance panel review of solar ruling

A request by India for a World Trade Organization (WTO) panel review of its compliance with an earlier ruling, which found parts of its domestic solar program unfairly discriminated against imported solar cells and modules, was blocked today (February 9) by the US, according to a Geneva trade official.
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India, Taiwan request WTO dispute panel to review compliance with solar ruling

Establishment of a World Trade Organization (WTO) dispute panel has been requested by India and Taiwan relative to US actions to impose tariffs on imports of solar products.
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Brexit

EU would have "no alternatives" with UK on border control, mutual recognition

The EU would have no alternative but to implement border inspections for the trade in live animals and food when the UK leaves the bloc, a Commission document reveals. It also states that there is no existing trade model that amounts to "mutual recognition of product standards, labelling of food or food ingredients”.
European Food Law European Agricultural Policy

EU agri-policy diary (Feb 26 – March 2): Brexit, honey and spirit drinks

Next week, ministers will be informed about the Brexit negotiations by the Commission’s chief negotiator Michel Barnier, while MEPs are set to debate and vote on the beekeeping sector and spirit drinks at the plenary meetings in Strasbourg. 

Brexit Market Support

UK will remain in CAP until end-2020, transition paper confirms

The United Kingdom is to remain effectively part of the Common Agricultural Policy until at least the end of 2020 – and potentially even longer than that – even though it will formally leave the bloc in March 2019.

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