Joint Research Centre study on cumulative impacts of ten free trade agreements confirms the vulnerability of EU sugar.
Extra imports must be restricted before next June 2024.
CIBE urges the Council and the European Parliament to provide the right signal and amend the Commission proposal accordingly.
European Parliament has listened to science and farmers’ needs with landmark adoption of NGTs.
Agricultural sector must not become a reason for wavering support to Ukraine – Commission needs to find constructive solutions to address the impacts of trade liberalization.
Intensive work done by the European farmers and some MEPs to reverse the most extreme and detrimental provisions contained in this proposal were met with ideological stubbornness from the proposal’s supporters, resulting in its ultimate rejection.
Sugar beet growers urge MEPs to adopt the
line defined by the European Parliament’s AGRI Committee and reject the one
defined by the ENVI Committee.
European sugar beet growers worry about the availability of tools to allow efficient crop protection and improve sustainability
A new, adapted regulatory framework is necessary to allow this innovation to help meet some of the challenges of this century for the benefit of European citizens
The message sent by the European Parliament’s AGRI Committee on the Sustainable Use Regulation is a step in the right direction that the ENVI Committee should strongly consider