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CAP & Europe

Mirror clauses facing the realities of international trade

On October 20, French Chambers of Agriculture organized a conference entitled “European trade policy: between environmental challenges and preservation of…

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Trade & contract management

European trade policy review: Interesting principles that require concrete actions for agriculture

Download the PDF The European Union communicated on February 18 on the review of its trade policy[1]. The Commission explains…

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Trade & contract management

The WTO is dead, long live agricultural multilateralism !

Download the PDF This December 11, 2019 will remain as an important date for trade multilateralism: the Appellate Body within…

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Trade & contract management

The costs of agricultural export dumping for farmers and rural communities

In their latest article published on the Institute for Agricultural Trade and Policy (IATP) website, Karen Hansen-Kuhn and Sophia Murphy…

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Trade & contract management

China’s anti-dumping investigation against Australian barley exports: a boomerang effect?

China has recently launched an anti-dumping investigation against Australian barley, which worries Australia, with 52% of barley exports going to…

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CAP & Europe

Hearing of Jean-Luc Demarty in the European Parliament: a director of commerce should not say that …

The international economic order that we have known since the beginning of the 1990s is wavering and if the Heads…

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Trade & contract management

Reforming the WTO to overcome the crisis of multilateralism

At a time when escalation continues in this new trade war unleashed by President Trump, proposals are multiplying to rethink…

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Trade & contract management

What if Trump helped save the CAP?

The trade war waged by the President of the United States is reshaping many political and economic cards. Paradoxically, this…

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Trade & contract management

Will Spanish ripe olives puncture the CAP?

By attacking Spanish ripe olives, the US Department of Commerce risks setting a precedent that could undermine the undistorting nature…

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Trade & contract management

Got Too Much Steel? Too Much Milk?

While President Trump has just started the commercial hostilities on steel and aluminum, drawing a parallel between the difficulties of…

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