MENÜ

Címke: agri-food trade

Worldwide News 2022.10.30.

EU boosts its exports of cereals

Both EU agri-food exports and imports slowed down very slightly in value terms in July 2022, according to the latest monthly agri-food trade report published today by the European Commission. While the value of EU exports decreased by 2% compared to June and now stand at €19.2 billion, they still remain significantly higher than last year. EU imports also decreased by 2% in the same period, reaching €14.3 billion in July 2022. The EU trade balance is stable at €4.9 billion.

Worldwide News 2022.10.26.

Main results - Agriculture and Fisheries Council, 17-18 October 2022

Meeting in Luxembourg on 17 October, EU Agriculture Ministers reached a political agreement on 2023 catch limits in the Baltic Sea. Ministers also discussed the current situation of agricultural markets in light of the Russian war against Ukraine, and provided guidance to the Commission on trade-related agricultural issues. Ministers additionally provided guidance on the EU’s position ahead of the annual meeting of the International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas (ICCAT).

Worldwide News 2022.02.03.

EU agri-food trade continues to grow in first ten months of 2021

The total value of EU agri-food trade (exports plus imports) for January-October 2021 reached a value of €268.1 billion, a 6% increase compared to the same period last year. Exports rose by 7% to €162.8 billion, while imports grew by 4% to €105.3 billion, giving a total agri-food trade surplus of €57.5 billion. This is an increase of 14% compared to the corresponding period in 2020.

Worldwide News 2021.12.07.

Steady increase in EU agri-food trade in first eight months of 2021

The total value of EU agri-food trade (exports plus imports) for January-August 2021 reached a value of €210.5 billion, reflecting a 5.1% increase on the same period last year. Exports rose by 7% to €127.5 billion, while imports grew by 2.3% to €85 billion, giving a total agri-food trade surplus of €44 billion for the first eight months of the year. This is an increase of 17% compared to the corresponding period in 2020.

Oldalak: 1 / 5
1 2 3 4 5