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The United Kingdom is on course finally to leave the EU on January 31, following a decisive victory for prime minister Boris Johnson and his Conservative Party in Thursday’s UK General Election.
Brussels-based Eucolait has called for an urgent resolution of the US Airbus-Boeing dispute and related tariffs on EU dairy exports.
Champagne and cheeses from France could be hit with a U.S. import tariff of up to 100% unless the EU member state rolls back on its new Digital Services Tax (DST).
It could be argued that, with the UK’s exit from the EU now scheduled less than two months away, the last thing British agribusiness needs at present is more uncertainty about the future course of UK agriculture policy.
The United Kingdom may be on course to become one of the first countries in the world – perhaps the very first – to impose a ban on live exports of farm animals.
Hemp-derived CBD will not be fast-tracked for approval to be used in foods and supplements, according to a leading FDA official, who added that the agency has ongoing concerns over the lack of safety data.
The Romanian centre right MEP that chaired the European Parliament’s Environment, Public Health and Food Safety Committee (ENVI) from January 2017 up to this year’s elections is set to become an EU Commissioner.
The punitive 25% tariffs imposed by the US are “very costly” and pose serious problems for EU wine exporters, the sector’s representatives have said.
Italy’s principal farmers’ organization, Confederazione Nazionale Coltivatori Diretti (Coldiretti), has welcomed the revised Brexit deal reached recently between the European Commission and the UK government.
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