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CAP Reform: Sowing the seeds of future growth for European agriculture

Foreign affairs and security policy

When
Wednesday
Where
CEPS Conference Room
1, Place du Congrès 1000 Brussels
CEPS Event

CAP Reform: Sowing the seeds of future growth for European agriculture

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On 15 May, CEPS will host a high-level debate on the ongoing reform of the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP), in the presence of the current President of the Agricultural Council, Irish Agricultural Minister Simon Coveney. This event will provide an exclusive opportunity for the CAP followers in Brussels to discuss the latest developments in the negotiations, now currently unfolding between the Council and the European Parliament. After achieving significant progress towards a common position inside the Council, Minister Coveney will discuss how he envisages the next stages of the decision-making process, and what the new CAP rules will mean in concrete terms for Europe's farmers and citizens.

Participation in CEPS Meetings is a benefit of membership. Non-members may be admitted for €50, paid in cash at registration or 50€ +VAT invoiced to them after participation in the meeting. 

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