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The 2017 EU Agricultural Outlook Conference

December 18-19, 2017

Brussels

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The conference, organized by the European Commission and featuring participation by the World Bank, is an opportunity for EU institutions, governments and international organisations, market experts, academics, think tanks, and civil society to discuss the future of agriculture in Europe and the challenges that lie ahead.

  • The World Bank, in partnership with the European Commission, has assessed the impact of the Common Agricultural Policy on growth, jobs, and poverty in European Union countries.

    The third annual conference will be opened by Agriculture and Rural Development Commissioner, Phil Hogan.

    Day one discussions will focus on the modernisation and simplification of the Common Agricultural Policy, and will feature a number of high-level panels.

    The second day will examine the latest Outlook report (2017–30) covering EU dairy, meat, and crop markets over the next ten years. Produced with the support of the Joint Research Centre (JRC), the Agri Outlook report will be debated by a panel of experts.

    Participants include EU institutions, governments and international organisations, those involved in the food supply chain, market experts, academics, think tanks, and civil society.

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    Day 1 - 18 December

    Day 2 - 19 December

     

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Conference Deatails

  • Dates: 18-19 December, 2017
  • Venue: Rue de la Loi 170, Brussels
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