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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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Experts tell the EU how to pay farmers for biodiversity

Different EU projects presented their findings on paying farmers to support biodiversity in Brussels today (October 17), providing insights that may shape the future of European agricultural policy.

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Food production is not increasing fast enough to feed the world - report

A new report released today says the world is not increasing agricultural productivity fast enough to sustainably meet the food, feed, fiber, and bioenergy needs of the planet’s population by 2050.

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ASF poses “serious risk” to European pigmeat market, Hogan warns

Any further spread of African Swine Fever (ASF) within the EU could have a “severe impact” on domestic pigmeat producers, EU Agriculture Commissioner Phil Hogan has warned.

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Breakthrough Brexit deal offers hope to agri-food sector – but fears still persist

The United Kingdom has finally reached agreement with the EU on revised terms for its departure from the Union, and on the basis of its subsequent future partnership. But as things stand, there is still no certainty as to whether any of the provisions agreed will actually come into effect as planned at the end of this month – or at all.

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Appellate Body ‘inevitably’ headed for hiatus: WTO facilitator

A hiatus in the functioning of the World Trade Organization’s (WTO) Appellate Body – a cornerstone of its dispute settlement process – is inevitable, Ambassador David Walker of New Zealand told WTO’s General Council, and the US rejected his proposal aimed at addressing US concerns to break an impasse on the appointment of new judges to the body.

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Brazil consults on geographical indications in EFTA deal

The Brazilian Institute of Industrial Property (INPI), a federal agency linked to the country’s Ministry of Economy, has launched a public consultation on the recognition by the Brazilian government, of geographical indications (GIs) originating from the European Free Trade Association (EFTA).



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Food production is not increasing fast enough to feed the world - report

A new report released today says the world is not increasing agricultural productivity fast enough to sustainably meet the food, feed, fiber, and bioenergy needs of the planet’s population by 2050.

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ASF poses “serious risk” to European pigmeat market, Hogan warns

Any further spread of African Swine Fever (ASF) within the EU could have a “severe impact” on domestic pigmeat producers, EU Agriculture Commissioner Phil Hogan has warned.

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Farmers “won’t be switching to organic agriculture” when they come off glyphosate

The approaching bans on the herbicide glyphosate in Austria, France, Germany and Luxembourg will not necessarily lead more farmers to embrace organic agriculture, both the German Farmers’ Union and the NGO Pesticide Action Network say.



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Environment & Conservation

Farmers “won’t be switching to organic agriculture” when they come off glyphosate

The approaching bans on the herbicide glyphosate in Austria, France, Germany and Luxembourg will not necessarily lead more farmers to embrace organic agriculture, both the German Farmers’ Union and the NGO Pesticide Action Network say.



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Indonesia plans to challenge EU palm oil measure at WTO

The Indonesian Government seeks to file a case against the EU over palm oil at the World Trade Organisation (WTO) in early November, a high-level official has revealed.

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Food & Ag Policy Briefing: Wojciechowski wins over MEPs, US tariff fall out, JBS under the spotlight

A much-improved performance by Janusz Wojciechowski saw Poland’s EU agriculture Commissioner-designate convince members of the European Parliament’s AGRI committee that he is the right person for the job, following a second hearing last week.

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Renewable Energy

EU farmers defend climate actions ahead of Informal Council

The EU’s main farming association is highlighting the climate actions undertaken by farmers to battle the “distorted picture” painted of the sector.

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Malaysia tries to woo UK on post-Brexit palm oil policies

Malaysia’s prime minister has called for the UK to move away from the EU’s critical stance on palm oil when it leaves the bloc later this year.

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US, China clash over US compliance ruling at WTO DSB meeting

The US and China tussled over the adoption of an Appellate Body decision on US non-compliance with a dispute panel ruling about various countervailing duty investigations while requests for dispute panels were granted to probe India's sugar subsides during an August 15 meeting of the World Trade Organization's (WTO) Dispute Settlement Body (DSB).

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Brexit

Breakthrough Brexit deal offers hope to agri-food sector – but fears still persist

The United Kingdom has finally reached agreement with the EU on revised terms for its departure from the Union, and on the basis of its subsequent future partnership. But as things stand, there is still no certainty as to whether any of the provisions agreed will actually come into effect as planned at the end of this month – or at all.

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EU and UK reach 'fair and balanced' Brexit deal

An agreement has been reached between the European Commission and the United Kingdom on a Brexit withdrawal agreement, with the EU Council, European and British parliaments set to scrutinise the legal text in the coming days.

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ASF poses “serious risk” to European pigmeat market, Hogan warns

Any further spread of African Swine Fever (ASF) within the EU could have a “severe impact” on domestic pigmeat producers, EU Agriculture Commissioner Phil Hogan has warned.

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