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Five things you need to know this week (July 3)

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New updates to Agra Europe's CAP Monitor

CAP Monitor, Agra Europe’s comprehensive online guide to the CAP, has been updated to take into account a number of recent developments.

Agra Europe's top ten most read articles for May

The most read articles on the Agra Europe website last month.

Five things you need to know this week (May 29)

The biggest news stories on the Agra Europe website in the past seven days.

Editorial: Battle over GI recognition in world trade steps up

Geographical Indications on agri-food products are becoming an increasingly hot topic in trade talks, with growing international recognition for them ...

Five things you need to know this week (May 15)

The biggest news stories on the Agra Europe website this week.

Editorial: Commission starts cutting through the CAP red tape

Farmers in the EU will be pleased to hear that their calls for CAP simplification – particularly in regard to the ‘greening’ criteria – have seemingly...

Five things you need to know this week (May 8)

The biggest news stories on the Agra Europe website in the past seven days.

Editorial: Tory majority means a ‘Brexit’ is still on the cards

In a result that defied the pre-General Election polls, the Conservatives will have a slim majority in the House of Commons and form the next UK government.

Analysis: Greek rejection of bail-out terms magnifies food trading risk

Greek voters have decisively rejected by 61.3% to 38.7% the terms of an international bailout of its economy in a nationwide referendum.

Editorial: Tory majority means a ‘Brexit’ is still on the cards

In a result that defied the pre-General Election polls, the Conservatives will have a slim majority in the House of Commons and form the next UK government.

CAP

Increasing value of EU farm output due to price changes - WTO

The total value of EU agricultural production was just under €400 billion last year, with the steady increase in the past five years mainly down to changes in prices rather than production changes, ac...

Updated CAP Monitor looks at the changes coming for 2014-2020

CAP Monitor is now fully revised and updated, offering a full section-by-section guide to the new CAP for 2014-2020

ComAgri rapporteur joins call for GMO proposal rejection

The European Parliament’s agriculture committee (ComAgri) rapporteur on the controversial European Commission proposal on genetically modified (GM) food and feed imports has joined the push to see the...

Informa downgrades EU grain production forecasts

Informa Economics lowered its forecasts for EU wheat, maize and barley production this year in its latest World Crop Report for July but increased the outlook for rapeseed.

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