Archive | March, 2018

Implications of Brexit for developing countries’ agri-food trade

Brexit may provide both opportunities and threats for developing country exporters of agri-food products to the UK.

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Co-financing CAP Pillar 1 payments

National co-financing of CAP Pillar 1 payments can both improve the efficiency of CAP spending and contribute to solving the budget gap in the next MFF

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The Brexit negotiations on the future trade relationship

The European Council guidelines do not provide much comfort that a ‘cliff-edge’ at the end of 2020 can be avoided.

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Brexit Withdrawal Agreement forwarded to UK

Does the draft Withdrawal Agreement mean the Turkish option for the UK during the transition period?

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Measuring changing farm structure in the EU

Dairy herd structures have evolved very differently in the US and in the EU, will this change now quotas are eliminated?

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A Tale of Two Policy Documents: DEFRA vs. Commission Communication

The UK vision of an agricultural policy without direct income support for farming contrasts with the Commission Communication

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