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US agriculture secretary Sonny Perdue has met with British MPs to discuss post-Brexit UK-US agri-food trade and reaching an agreement on Tariff Rate Quotas (TRQ) at the World Trade Organization (WTO).
Brexit negotiations between the EU and the UK government have reached a “standstill” on the controversial divorce bill and positions remain still far apart on guaranteeing citizens’ rights, the two chief negotiators said today (October 12).
Emmanuel Macron has said negotiations between the EU and the Mercosur group of Latin American countries need to be ‘refreshed’ and will discuss the matter with other EU leaders next week.
Changes to the UK’s agricultural support payment system post-Brexit are likely to have a more profound impact on the financial health of the UK agriculture industry than changes to the country’s external trade regime, according to an important new study published today (October 11).
Spain’s autonomous community of Andalusia wants Madrid to defend the EU’s system of support to the food industry after being accused of olive dumping by the US. The Andalusian government maintains the accusations, by Californian companies, are “opportunistic and unjust”.
Hungarian centre right MEP Norbert Erdős is challenging what he considers the Commission’s ‘risky’ plans to offer South American countries “extremely generous duty-free quotas” on agri-food products under the EU-Mercosur free trade agreement, particularly the proposed tariff free quotas (TRQ) for poultry meat.
The EU has provoked fierce international criticism by registering the Danish cheese type ‘Danbo’ as a protected geographical indication (PGI) - with US groups in particular expressing their disappointment at the decision.
Opposition to a reported EU-UK agreement on how agricultural import quotas should be carved up post-Brexit is strengthening with a number of key agricultural trade partners, including the US, Brazil and Canada, claiming the approach is not consistent with the principle of leaving other World Trade Organization (WTO) members “no worse off”.
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