Union Fleurs’ in Bloom

  • EU Plant Health Import regime: European Parliament adopts final position and rejects the introduction of a closed phytosanitary system at EU borders
  • 1.2 million EUR support approved by the EU for the promotion of Poinsettia towards consumers
  • Next meeting of the EU Advisory group on Promotion of Agricultural Products: 30 June 2014 in Brussels
  • Union Fleurs reports: EUROPHYT & Russian Phytosanitary Notifications – March 2014
  • EU-Japan trade negotiations: update
  • EU tariffs provisionally removed on 98% of imports from Ukraine
  • European Parliament’s Trade Committee discusses with Mexican Ambassador the modernisation of the EU-Mexico trade agreement
  • New Oxford Study highlights the critical importance of retail and wholesale for the European economy
  • EFSA and EPPO held a joint workshop on data collection in plant health

 

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