9 - re-CAP, veggie burger ban, pesticides export

Episode 9 October 30, 2020 00:18:16
9 - re-CAP, veggie burger ban, pesticides export
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9 - re-CAP, veggie burger ban, pesticides export
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This week, EURACTIV gives a rundown of the main points to come out of last weeks marathon on the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP), including what happened with the infamous veggie burger ban, and we learn more about the news that the EU Commission may be looking to ban the production and export of pesticides which are not permitted in the EU.

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