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  • 16 July 2018 Business association
    The International Meat Trade Association (United Kingdom)

    The International Meat Trade Association represents importers & exporters of beef, lamb, pork and poultrymeat. Predominantly our members are UK based & many also have offices in other parts of the EU. We also represent companies based elsewhere in Europe. Our members currently import in to & have customers in other member states as well as the UK. -In principle we don’t agree that the methodology whereby the shares must add up to...

  • 16 July 2018 Other
    Australian Government (Australia)

    A submission on behalf of the Australian Government is attached.

  • 16 July 2018 Business association
    PROFEL - European Association of Fruit and Vegetable Processors (Belgium)

    1. Dried onions: the EU sector of dried onions can support the current proposal 2. Mushrooms of the species Agaricus, prepared, preserved or provisionally preserved: after coordination with the European Group of Mushroom Growers (GEPC) we would like to point out that the 2 volumes mentioned are not consistent with the volumes of the regulation No 1979/2006, which are to date: 30 400 T for EU imports from China (28 950 T + 800 T with the...

  • 16 July 2018 Public authority

    A submission on behalf of the Argentinian Government is attached.

  • 13 July 2018 Other
    International Beef Alliance (New Zealand)

    The International Beef Alliance welcomes the opportunity to share our views in the consultation on the European Union (EU) “Proposal for a Regulation of the European Parliament and the Council on the apportionment of tariff rate quotas included in the WTO schedule of the Union". We attach our written submission on behalf of the International Beef Alliance.

  • 11 July 2018 Business association
    EPEGA (Germany)

    EPEGA represents as leading organisation the interests of importers of poultry meat importers in the European Union. As regards the arrangements for the tariff quotas of poultry meat from third countries after withdrawal of the UK from the EU, EPEGA sees no need for action, to behave generously towards the United Kingdom. The United Kingdom leaves the European Union voluntarily and should be aware of the consequences of the withdrawal. EPEGA...

  • 11 July 2018 Business association
    Copa and Cogeca (Belgium)

    Copa and Cogeca are the united voice of farmers and agri-cooperatives in the EU. Together, they ensure that EU agriculture is sustainable, innovative and competitive, guaranteeing food security to half a billion people throughout Europe. Copa represents over 23 million farmers and their family members whilst Cogeca represents the interests of 22,000 agricultural cooperatives. Copa and Cogeca are supportive of the joint offer made by the EU...

  • 25 June 2018 Business association
    National Farmers' Union (United Kingdom)

    The NFU of England & Wales represents 55,000 members in England and Wales, involved in 46,000 farming businesses. In addition, we have 55,000 countryside members with an interest in farming and the countryside. TRQs are a sensitive trade issue for our members; our priority is to ensure that any negotiated outcome does not unfairly disadvantage UK producers. The NFU supports the Commission’s proposal for a regulation on the apportionment of...

  • 4 Juni 2018 Business association
    Deutscher Bauernverband (Germany)

    Rückmeldung des DBV im Rahmen der Konsultation der Europäischen Kommission „Rechtsakt über die Aufteilung der Zollkontingente in der WTO-Liste der Union nach dem Austritt des Vereinigten Königreichs aus der Union“ Der Deutsche Bauernverband (DBV) nimmt die Initiative der Europäischen Kommission zu Kenntnis, im Rahmen der Vorbereitungen auf das Ausscheiden des Vereinigten Königreichs (VK) aus der Europäischen Union (EU) die vertraglichen...

  • 28 mai 2018 Company/business organisation
    Spiegeleer Consulting (France)

    Tel qu'il est rédigé, l'exposé des motifs de la proposition implique que le principe de partage ne peut exclure aucune catégorie de contingents à l'importation. Ce principe doit en toute logique s'appliquer également aux contingents issus des accords de libre-échange bilatéraux et tout particulièrement aux accords de libre-échange récemment conclus ou en cours de négociation. L'universalité de ce principe semble raisonnable au regard du fait...