17 - Transitional CAP, market measures, unfair trade practices

Episode 17 April 30, 2020 00:11:19
17 - Transitional CAP, market measures, unfair trade practices
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17 - Transitional CAP, market measures, unfair trade practices
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The European Parliament’s agriculture committee has approved a negotiating mandate for upcoming talks with national ministers on a transitional period for EU farming subsidies, MEPs voice strong reservations about the market measures put forth by the Commission to deal with the COVID-19 outbreak, and farmers are noticing an increase in the use of unfair trade practices (UTPs) in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

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