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16 Mar
CIBE PRESS RELEASE: ON THE CONSEQUENCES OT THE RUSSIAN INVASION IN UKRAINE

European sugar beet growers express their solidarity with the Ukrainian people, farmers and sugar beet industry suffering from the war. In this situation, Europe has to reaffirm its ambition on food and energy sovereignty and its role in the global food balance.


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24 Feb
CIBE STATEMENT ON THE ADAPTION STRATEGIES OF THE SUGAR SUPPLY CHAIN AFTER THE END OF THE SUGAR QUOTAS
16 Feb
POSITION PAPER: MIRROR MEASURES

Ahead of the debate at EU Agri Council on 21 February on the coherence between the Green Deal, the CAP and trade policy, CIBE shares its views on why reciprocity and mirror measures are crucial.


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15 Dec
PRESS RELEASE: WTO CONCLUDED THAT INDIA DOMESTIC SUPPORT AND EXPORT SUBSIDIES VIOLATED THE WTO AGREEMENT ON AGRICULTURE AND ARE ILLEGAL

On14 December 2021, the WTO circulated its panel reports in dispute complaints targeting Indian sugar subsidies.


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11 Oct
POSITION PAPER: ON THE COMMISSION'S FARM TO FORK & EU BIODIVERSITY 2030 STRATEGIES COMMISSION CONFERENCE 14-15 OCTOBER 2021 EP PLENARY VOTE 20-21 OCTOBER

The European Commission is organizing the 2nd edition of the "Farm to Fork conference on 14-15 October 2021, just before the World Food Day 2021. The Farm to Fork conference 2021 will focus on the progress made on the initiatives foreseen in the Farm to Fork strategy's (F2F) action plan, support the EU's efforts to achieve a global transition to sustainable food systems and put emphasis on transition enablers. 


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OTHER NEWS

IIRB 

See how the beet sugar sector is working hard to develop sustainable alternatives to respond to the ban of some key plant protection products.

Such alternatives will most likely have to consist of a combination of techniques and approaches. To develop and successfully implement these will require time, several years and considerable financial investment.




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CIBE Position Paper

EU Farm to Fork & EU Biodiversity Strategies