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The European Commission is taking active steps to close a loophole that is allowing large volumes of Ukrainian poultrymeat to enter the EU without paying tariffs, members of the European Parliament’s Agriculture Committee heard this week.
The EU Council, in its 27 member state format, has called for urgent progress on the issue of the Irish border in ongoing Brexit talks, while the European Commission’s chief negotiator has outlined a potential framework for a future partnership talks with the UK
Ireland will soon be able to send its first beef shipments to China as the first tranche of production facilities are approved by Beijing, the Irish Agriculture Ministry has indicated.
China has joined the list of countries banning imports of pork from Hungary – depriving the country of its largest non-EU export market.
An EU-wide ban on importing poultry products from some of the biggest suppliers in Brazil will come into force later this week.
A free trade agreement (FTA) signed between the Philippines and the four member countries of the European Free Trade Association (EFTA) will see duties on Swiss exports such as energy drinks, confectionery and powdered milk, eliminated from June 1st.
The president of one of Brazil’s largest farming unions has warned the country’s government not to pursue a World Trade Organization (WTO) challenge against EU restrictions on poultry imports from the Latin American country.
The European Commission is being urged to do more to challenge trading partners over recent import bans on pork from Hungary – the most recent EU country to be hit by African Swine Fever (ASF).
The UK government needs to urgently formulate a comprehensive food security strategy in preparation for Brexit, a report published today by the House of Lords states.
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