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Opportunities and threats in EU trade deals
Phelim O'Neill
While an EU impact assessment on trade agreements shows that trade deals potentially benefit EU agri food overall, the meat, sugar and rice sectors are vulnerable.
Post-Brexit UK agriculture policy sees farmers disillusioned
25 February 2024 News
Post-Brexit UK agriculture policy sees farmers disillusioned
British farmers may not be protesting widely, but they are disillusioned with the present government.
Inflation hasn’t gone away
25 February 2024 News
Inflation hasn’t gone away
A failure to reach the ECB’s 2% target means interest costs could remain high.
Record Australian lamb production
Australia's Bureau of Statistics (ABS) confirms that 2023 was the year that Australian beef and sheep production returned to its full potential.
23 February 2024 News
China shields European sheepmeat market
Growing demand from China absorbs Australian and New Zealand sheepmeat exports leaving less supplies for UK and EU markets.
21 February 2024 News
What is a share buyback programme?
Kerry announced that it will buy more shares at the end of its current €300m programme.
21 February 2024 News
Kerry milk suppliers want to control processing
Co-op survey results also shows that young farmers are the most optimistic and ambitious.
21 February 2024 News
Friesland Campina reports loss of €149m driven by difficult market conditions
Restructuring costs at the Dutch processor also hit the bottom line in 2023.
21 February 2024 News
New research: proving Irish grain has low carbon emissions
Irish oats are close to carbon neutral, according to new research, and the carbon footprint of Irish grain is likely much lower than estimated.
20 February 2024 News
Arla reports flat financial performance in 2023
Co-operative pays higher than expected dividend to farmers.
20 February 2024 News
Increase in organic hectares doesn't relate to production or markets
Government funding is driving conversion to organic, but greater area doesn't necessarily relate to volume of output or markets.
18 February 2024 News
Ireland is one of best climate performers in EU
Data released as part of an update on the green transition shows the country’s rapid progress.
16 February 2024 News