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Crop-based biofuel producers have been urged to keep fighting for the best deal under the EU's draft directive on renewable energy (REDII) with the warning that the proposed reduction in the crop cap to 3.8% by 2030, if approved, will remove €20 billion from EU farm incomes and rural processing businesses.
A series of reports profiling a country’s economy with a breakdown by sector will provide a reliable tool for EU industry to lodge complaints in the bloc’s revamped rules on anti-dumping, according to European Commission sources.
The European Commission should include measures to restore semi-natural habitats in agricultural landscapes within the revised Common Agricultural Policy (CAP), a new report has recommended.
The UK should wait until 2023 or even later before making any significant changes to its current domestic agricultural policy in the wake of Brexit, according to the country’s main farming union.
Before leaping into any bilateral trade deal with the United States, UK politicians should consider why the long-drawn negotiations on a Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) with the EU has not only been fraught with disagreement, but is seemingly now dead in the water.
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