Archive | November, 2014

The Doha Round is back on track

Taking on board new concerns, such as rebasing the calculation of domestic support and extending disciplines on export restrictions, is the key to a successful outcome of the post-Bali work programme in agriculture.

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FADN data highlights dependence of EU farms on subsidy payments

Can a system in which taxpayers transfer €63,000 each year to each farmer in Luxembourg be justified?

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EU sugar beet prices to fall by 22-23% when quotas eliminated

Sugar beet prices could fall by 23% due to quota abolition according to a Joint Research Centre study, but there are many uncertainties.

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An agricultural perspective on the European Council 2030 climate and energy framework conclusions

Analysis of the ways agriculture will be affected by the European Council conclusions on the 2030 climate and energy framework

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