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.
During CIBE Economic and General Affairs Committee meeting, European sugar beet growers took stock of the situation of sugar imports from Ukraine. The impacts of these import flows on sugar beet growers are significant !
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.
EU Farm to Fork & EU Biodiversity Strategies