Strong agri-food exports in the opening months of 2020 help the EU to meet trade challenges of Covid-19 and Brexit.
The Commission launched a public consultation on CAP’s impact on water, soil and biodiversity.
The summer edition of the short-term outlook report presents projections for each agricultural sector, taking into account the consequences of the crisis.
The opening months of 2020 saw a rise in both the import and export values of agri-food products in the EU.
Following a global increase in maize prices, the automatic mechanism calculating import duties for the three cereals was triggered.
The EU feed protein balance sheet for 2019/20 covers EU production, EU demand and EU self-sufficiency for different types of feed.
For the first time, the Commission launches exceptional calls for promotion programme proposals for sectors hardest hit by the COVID-19 crisis.
The launch event of Ghana’s agribusiness platform is the opportunity to reflect on similar models at regional and continental level.
Ahead of its launch, the AU-EU agrifood platform is entering introductory talks assessing its aims and highlighting the role of farmers and rural youth.