Agriculture and agri-food constitute, together, one of the EU’s main economic strengths. This broad sector is second only to the metal industry and accounts for 16% of European industrial turnover.This policy briefing looks at European agri-food trade and the surrounding data, policies, trends and trajectories.
June was marked as follows:
- At the informal summit in Sibiu on 3 and 4 June, the Romanian Presidency of the Council took note of the fact that it would not finally lead towards a partial general approach to the reform regulations, as Member States prefer not to go any further in the negotiations in the absence of financial prospects.
- At the Agricultural and Fisheries Council of June 18 in Luxembourg, ministers praising the progress report on the reform also noted the many points that will be on the agenda under the Finnish presidency and remain blocked, pending the clarification on the 2021-2027 MFF.
June: highlights in chronology
10/06 Last SCA under the Romanian presidency reveals the extent of the construction
18/06 Report praised… but much remains to be done
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