The U.S. needs to match European Union efforts to reform agriculture
trade policy, EU Trade Commissioner Peter Mandelson said Feb. 11.
The EU is working to update its Common Agricultural Policy. This has the
potential to cut “distorting trade subsidies” by two-thirds, eliminate
export subsidies and offer improved market access for many products, he
“We look to others to match this, including the United States. In
particular we need to see how...
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