7 - CAP reform, plenary vote, pesticides

Episode 6 October 16, 2020 00:25:36
7 - CAP reform, plenary vote, pesticides
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7 - CAP reform, plenary vote, pesticides
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This week is all about the Common Agricultural Policy in the run up to the European Parliament’s plenary vote next week where decision makers will hash out negotiations on the reform of the policy, and EURACTIV talks you through several key developments to do with pesticides, from a ruling from the EU's highest court, to a call to halt the export of banned pesticides.

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