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A leaked British diplomatic paper is pushing for an EU-Indonesia trade deal containing a chapter on palm oil production which would increase the current supply of the commodity.
Canada’s wood pellet producers are enjoying strong sales growth in Europe and Asia with domestic output set to be further increased this year to enable exporters to keep pace with rising global demand.
Failure of the 11th WTO Ministerial Council late last year to reach agreement on a permanent set of rules governing food stockpiling policies perpetuates the continuing diametrical split between the United States and developing countries on stockholding policies.
Malaysia is threatening to thwart free trade talks between the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and the EU due to the latter’s proposal to stop the use of palm oil in biofuels by 2021.
Next week will be relatively quiet, with the Environment ministers gathering at the Environment Council on Monday and holding an exchange of views on two key Commission initiatives launched in mid-January 2018 as a follow-up to the Circular Economy Action Plan – the European strategy for plastics in a circular economy and the interface between chemicals, products and waste.
The potential synergies between renewable energy policies and rural development are manifold but they have mostly not been successfully achieved in the EU, a new report by the European Court of Auditors (ECA) has found.
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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