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    TEMPLATE briefings CAB_update_January2012 rev by CAB

    04 Mar 2015 -
    in order to receive CAP funding. ? A "greener Rural Development": programmes have to allocate at least 30% of the EU financial contribution to measures with positive environmental and climate change impacts (including to organic farming), with priorities on "promoting resource efficiency" and "restoring and enhancing eco-systems. That's where we are at the moment. Let me now turn to the more medium
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    Regulatory Committee on organic production - European Commissio...

    03 Mar 2015 -
    also available in further EU official languages   Regulatory Committee on organic production The European Parliament and the Council are responsible for adopting regulations on organic farming. Commission regulations are developed in cooperation with the Regulatory Committee on organic production , comprising representatives of all EU countries a Commission representative as chairperson. It was set
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    Logo - European Commission

    02 Mar 2015 -
    available in further EU official languages   Logo The EU organic logo and labelling rules The logo and the labelling rules are an important part of the organic regulations. With this regulatory framework the European Union provides conditions under which the organic sector can progress in the line with production and market developments, thus improving and reinforcing the EU organic farming standards
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    Civil dialogue group on organic farming - Agriculture and rural...

    02 Mar 2015 -
    Agriculture and rural development Language en Civil dialogue groups Civil dialogue group on organic farming The Commission publishes all relevant documents such as agendas, minutes, conclusions, partial conclusions or working documents on the activities carried out by the civil dialogue group on organic farming. Exceptions to systematic publication will be made where disclosure of a document would
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    Sugar - Agriculture and rural development

    02 Mar 2015 -
    The most competitive producing areas are in northern France, Germany, the United Kingdom and Poland. The EU also has an important refining industry that processes imported raw cane sugar.   EU sugar policy In 2006 a major reform achieved simplification and greater market orientation of the EU's sugar policy, which is now part of the . Income support for sugar beet farmers has been integrated into the
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    Rural development 2014-2020 - Agriculture and rural development

    02 Mar 2015 -
    fostering knowledge transfer and innovation in agriculture, forestry and rural areas; enhancing the viability / competitiveness of all types of agriculture, and promoting innovative farm technologies and sustainable forest management; promoting food chain organisation, animal welfare and risk management in agriculture; restoring, preserving and enhancing ecosystems related to agriculture and forestry;
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    hogan-ccae-conference-26-02-2015_en

    26 Feb 2015 -
    The recent CAP reform includes measures to increase producer bargaining power by enhancing producer organisation and cooperation through the food chain. More targeted measures exist for certain sectors (joint selling agreements through POs; contractual requirements for milk, etc) as well as a 'crisis derogation' in case of severe market imbalance. ? The CAP also contains measures which should help farmers
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    Slide 1

    26 Feb 2015 -
    Market situation Cereals AGRI C 4 Committee for the Common Organisation of Agricultural Markets 26 February 2015 copyright_purestock_thinkstockphotos_72969376_low Exchange Rates 2 Euro – Dollar exchange rate 3 01/07/2014 1.3688 1.1328 1.10 1.15 1.20 1.25 1.30 1.35 1.40 01/01/2014 01/04/2014 01/07/2014 01/10/2014 01/01/2015 Spot, ECB reference -17.2% Euro and Dollar – Russian Rouble exchange rate
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    mmo-economic-board-meeting-of-24022015_en

    25 Feb 2015 -
    o The 4th meeting of the Milk Market Observatory's Economic Board took place on 24 February 2015, with the participation of experts from the member organisations representing the various steps in the milk supply chain: CEJA (young farmers), COPACOGECA (producers and cooperatives), ECVC (Via Campesina), EMB (European Milk Board), EDA (dairy industry), Eucolait (dairy trade) and Eurocommerce (retail).
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    PowerPoint Presentation

    25 Feb 2015 -
    Around €3 billion will be transferred from pillar I to pillar II over 6 years (2014 – 2019) FR, LV, UK, BE, CZ, DK, DE, EE, EL, NL, RO HR, MT, PL, SK, HU In total, around € 161 billion of total public funding Food chain organisation, animal welfare, risk management Farm viability competitiveness, sustainable forest management Ecosystems in agriculture and forestry Resource efficiency, low carbon