The European beef sector is one of the most important agri-food sectors in Europe. It is characterized by great diversity and it is at the foundation of the economic fabric of many rural areas across the European Union. It provides a great number of jobs at each step of the value chain, from the farm […]
January started the Portuguese presidency of the EU Council, with agricultural minister do Cèu Antunes defining the priorities of its mandate: conclude the CAP negotiations with Parliament, hoping to deliver more resilience for the sector and a transition to a greener architecture. On this last topic, the Commission published a document describing potential measures that Member State could include in the elaboration of Eco-schemes, given the fact that they have already started working on their National Strategic Plans (to be submitted to the Commission by the end of 2021). German Agriculture Minister started internal consultation with the Landers’ representatives. Moreover, on the discussion on the horizontal regulation, the Reserve for the CAP crisis support seems to be a difficult topic to overcome among negotiators.
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