Farm Council: Member states begin post-2020 CAP talks

EU governments have begun talks on the future of the bloc’s farm policy after 2020, with a number of member states outlining their preliminary views on the bloc’s next seven-year agriculture policy.

National governments held their first set of talks on what afuture CAP could look like at the Farm Council in Brussels today (July 17),with the discussion remaining quite high-level and general for the most part, while a group of newer member states

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