Farm Europe welcomes the agreement on the reform of the Common Agricultural Policy reached today. It preserves the common dimension of this policy and it provides the means to give impetus to a real economic and environmental ambition, clearly improving the European Commission’s initial proposal. The tireless work of the Portuguese Presidency, of long-established MEPs […]
A new study from the Kiel University, Germany, takes a clear cut conclusion on the effect of F2F on the agricultural sector in the UE. And while the US tires to create a coalition that would oppose the agri-food strategy, Vice-President Timmermans called on world leader to be inspired by the same strategy so to follow the EU steps in agriculture. All along, the Parliament AGRI & ENVI Committees voted on the report on F2F, passing the whole of the amendments.
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