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Five things you need to know this week (April 10)

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Five things you need to know this week (April 2)

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

Five predictions for the EU dairy sector post-milk quotas

What are the most likely scenarios following the end of EU milk production quotas?

Five things you need to know this week (March 27)

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

Five things you need to know this week (March 20)

What have been the big stories on Agra Europe in the past seven days?

Editorial: Five things you need to know this week (March 13)

What have been the big stories on Agra Europe in the past seven days?

Agra Europe's top ten articles for February

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

Editorial: EU must finally deliver clarity on its biofuels policy

The EU’s biofuels supply chain has once again called for an end to the political uncertainty surrounding the cap on the use of conventional biofuels i...

Editorial: EU on course to become world’s leading wheat exporter

While the future looks uncertain for exporters of some agricultural produce, the trade in EU wheat is going from strength to strength with the bloc se...

Editorial: EU and Russia are inextricably linked when it comes to pigmeat trade

The impact of the Russian ban on pigmeat products from the EU in January last year on both sides of the divide is becoming starker with each new set o...

Editorial: Commission happy to play the waiting game on aid requests

Agriculture Commissioner Phil Hogan seemed to spend a considerable amount of time at this week’s Farm Council meeting batting away requests for direct...

Editorial: Russian pigmeat signals positive but do not expect trade thaw soon

It was welcome news for EU pork producers this week, when Russia said that it would consider lifting the ban on imports of at least some pigmeat produ...

Editorial: Co-operation still key as EU boosts animal disease war chest

The EU is to increase its spending on the fight against animal diseases, following on from a stark warning by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) that a new batch of viruses and zoonoses threate...

Analysis: Growing risk factors dampen global outlook for farm trade

The soft commodities world outlook remains in a state of flux, with generally depressed prices, while uncertain market circumstances prevail in the EU and China.

Editorial: Co-operation still key as EU boosts animal disease war chest

The EU is to increase its spending on the fight against animal diseases, following on from a stark warning by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) that a new batch of viruses and zoonoses threate...

CAP

EU agriculture policy diary: the week ahead (April 20-24)

EU agriculture ministers will meet in Luxembourg on Monday (April 20) for a Farm Council meeting, with potential origin labelling for a range of agri-food products to be discussed with the European Co...

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

Organic review: Council Presidency readies compromise text

The Latvian Presidency of the Council has put forward compromises on the presence of non-authorised substances in organic products as well as controls on farmers, in hopes of reaching a deal amongst m...

EU agri-food exports rose in Aug-Dec 2014, despite Russia ban

Total EU agri-food exports to third countries increased by 2% in value terms between August and December last year compared to the same period in 2013, despite the Russian ban.