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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 UK government will allow British farms to recruit four times more non-EU workers for the 2020 harvest.
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.
French President Emmanuel Macron has told farmers that he will safeguard an “ambitious” CAP budget and secure support for wine producers hit by US tariffs.
Recent changes in the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) have allowed some EU farm subsidies to shift away from income support decoupled from prices and production, into a type that can distort trade but with constraints, a new World Trade Organization (WTO) report says.
Food and Ag Policy Briefing: CAP reform under spotlight, Trump proposes USDA budget cuts, US-China ‘Phase one’ deal applied
The European Commission received both praise and criticism for its proposals and decisions on the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP).
The UK’s exit from the European Union (EU) presents an opportunity to negotiate expanded US rice market access to the nation under a US-UK trade agreement, Sen. John Boozman (R-Ark.) and other lawmakers said in a letter this week to US Trade Representative (USTR) Robert Lighthizer.
Exports of European wines and spirits to the US reached a new high in 2019, as the Airbus tariffs only affected sales in the last quarter of the year.
After nearly 50 years of almost continuous expansion, the European Union has, for the very first time, undergone a contraction.
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