Executive Director of the Association of Brazilian beef exporters discusses Brazil's agricultural sector and the implications of an EU-Mercosur trade deal.
Food & Agriculture
EUROFER’s director general, Axel Eggert, discusses the steel crisis that has hit the EU and the implication of granting MES to China.
Foreign Affairs & Trade
Former EU Environment Commissioner Janez Potočnik talks about the CAP, the future environmental challenges and the need for a reform of the European economy to meet the goal of sustainable development.
Chrystia Freeland Canadian Minister of International Trade, discusses the Comprehensive Economic Trade Agreement between Canada and the EU.
Pr. Alan Buckwell about how farming is affecting our environment, ways the EU can encourage more recycling and whether punishing farmers more severely for pollution is appropriate.
Joanna Sopinska – Trade Editor for EU Trade Insights, provides an overview of the EU’s most pressing trade issues in the second half of April 2016.
Johanna Bouquet and Nicolas Gros-Verheyde, Editor-in-Chief of Bruxelles2, discuss the issues on the agenda of the 18-19 April 2016 Foreign Affairs Council.
AGRA FACTS journalists Rose O’Donovan and Ed Bray provide an update on the latest agri-related items on the agenda for April 2016.
Jennifer Baker presents EU Tweets of the Week, looking at the good, the bad and the ugly in the European Union Twittersphere this week.
Jonathan Cordone, US Deputy Under Secretary of Agriculture, urged elimination of agricultural tariffs across all lines between the EU and the US under the TTIP agreement currently being negotiated.
Janis Emmanouilidis, Director of Studies at the European Policy Centre, addresses the EU-Turkey deal controversy and takes stock of the latest instruments put forward by the EU.
Exclusive interview with the Executive Director of the United Nations Environment Programme, Achim Steiner, about the urgent need to reinvent the agricultural economy.
After years of delay, the Civil Liberties Committee in the European Parliament finally approves the Passenger Name Record system for the EU.
EPP Group MEPs caution against a witch-hunt and say it's time to promote innovation to cut emissions and save jobs.
At an EPP Group hearing, farmers and MEPs discussed how to improve conditions to ensure Europe's food security.
Glenn Vaughan, Chief Executive of the British Chamber of Commerce, voices out the UK businesses’ position on Brexit in an exclusive interview for viEUws.
Ursula Hudson, President of Slow Food Germany, talks about how to reconnect citizens with local farmers and food traditions, new technologies and EU sustainable food policy.
Olgierd Geblewicz shares his thoughts on how data can be used to develop the blue economy in an interview for the EPP Group in the CoR.
EPP in CoR
Luis Gomes shares his thoughts on the role of the Social Economy in restoring economic growth and combating unemployment for the EPP Group in the CoR.
Nikolaos Chiotakis shares his thoughts on a new path for the European Neighbourhood Policy in an interview for the EPP Group in the CoR.
Ivan Žagar shares his views on the outcomes of the negotiations on the partnership agreements and operational programmes in an interview with the EPP Group in the CoR.
Mark Weinmeister explains the decision-making process on genetically modified food and feed in an interview with the EPP Group in the CoR.
Mauro D'Attis is on the spot explains the EU guidelines for the employment policies of the Member States, in an interview with the EPP Group in the CoR.
Csaba Borboly shares his views about an EU youth policy and how they can be more integrated in an interview for the EPP Group in the CoR.