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INTA approval of US beef quota saves fire for future market fights with South America, Oceania

MEPs on the European Parliament’s international trade committee have declined to pick a fight with the European Commission over the reallocation of the hormone-free beef quota to benefit the United States, voting instead to approve the negotiated settlement – and save their fire for the upcoming debates about increased imports …

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Demands for compensation as Brexit TRQ splits starts to affect farm trade

The shadow of Brexit is already hanging heavy over global trade in agricultural products, with WTO members once again this week queueing up to condemn the European Union and the United Kingdom for their proposed approach to splitting tariff rate quotas between the two sides after the United Kingdom leaves …

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MEPs step up preparations to approve US beef hormone quota

Members of the European Parliament are signalling they are ready to rubber-stamp the European Commission’s proposal to reallocate the EU’s duty-free tariff rate quota for high-quality beef in favour of the United States, in the interests of de-escalating the bloc’s current trade conflict with Washington. Following repeated assurances by the …