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Agrifood 24-08-2017

A stinky matter: Canada’s cheese quota settlement upsets EU dairy farmers

Canada’s federal government has finalised the details of an additional import quota that will allow 18,500 tonnes of European cheese to enter Canada, but EU dairy producers aren't happy. EURACTIV Italy reports.
Agrifood 23-08-2017

US objects to EU-China quality food labelling pact

Trade agreement between Beijing and Brussels on geographical indications is likely to stumble on registered trademarks and US meddling. EURACTIV Italy reports.
Trade & Society 19-05-2016

Trade expert: TTIP-leaks have been a gift for the deal

Following publication of the so-called TTIP-leaks, the trade and investment agreement being negotiated between the EU and US is under sustained attack and consent seems to be eroding in Europe. But trade expert Alberto Alemanno says there is a difference between perception and reality. ClassEURACTIV reports.
Agrifood 24-09-2015

Farming in mountainous areas: A fragile balance

SPECIAL REPORT / There is one type of agriculture that is more demanding and laboursome than others, but essential from a social point of view, and that is mountain farming. EURACTIV Italy reports.
Agrifood 23-09-2015

Commission ready to give more aid to young farmers

SPECIAL REPORT / Over 160,000 young European farmers will start their own businesses thanks to aid provided by the 2014-2020 rural development programmes. EURACTIV Italy reports.
Agrifood 22-09-2015

Burgeoning results from a greener CAP

SPECIAL REPORT /  The "greening" of direct payments, a crucial element of the Common Agricultural Policy reforms, came into force at the beginning of the year, but it is still a divisive topic. EURACTIV Italy reports.
Agrifood 21-09-2015

Agricultural market volatility is ‘here to stay’

SPECIAL REPORT / The farmers' protests that paralysed Brussels on 7 September, and hit Europe over the summer, are the result of agriculture prices volatility, which experts say "is here to stay". EURACTIV Italy reports.