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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.
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.
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.
The European Court of Auditors October 15 declared financial management at the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) to be “clean” with no discrepancies found worthy of comments in an annual report covering all 41 EU agencies.
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.
The European Commission keeps putting pressure on co-legislators to reach a final agreement on the next EU budget by the end of the year.
The Irish government’s 2020 budget is designed to help the country prepare for a no-deal Brexit and includes a substantial share for the agri-food industry.
The UK’s National Pig Association (NPA) reacted with dismay yesterday (October 8) as the government rejected calls to rethink its 'no deal' import tariff plans.
Food & Ag Policy Briefing: US-EU trade tensions rise, Wojciechowski fluffs his lines, Bayer admits glyphosate ‘low point’
Following a decision by an independent World Trade Organization (WTO) arbitrator that the United States can impose retaliatory measures worth $7.5 billion over subsidies provided by the EU to Airbus, the US Trade Representative (USTR) will hit selected European food products with a 25% import duty from October 18.
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