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Patterns of livestock transport in the EU and to third countries

Publication: June 2021Short link to this post: EnglishAt a glance note: EnglishAuthors: Research administrator: Albert MASSOT, François NEGRE, Claudia VINCI and Thaya DINKEL (trainee) Key findings Every year, millions of livestock is transported within and outside of the European Union for trade purposes. Trade reasons can be various, among those: Read more…

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The practices of animal welfare during transport in third countries: an overview

Publication: May 2021Short link to this post: EnglishExecutive summary: Authors: Friedrich Loeffler Institut: Michael MARAHRENS and Isa KERNBERGER-FISCHER Key findings The case studies of Brazil and Australia, two major meat producers, demonstrate that their guidelines, codes of conduct and good practices for animal transport are by and large already regulated Read more…

Figure 1: The EU’s external Fisheries agreements

Impact of Fisheries Partnership Agreements on Employment in the EU and in Third Countries

Original publication: July 2016 Author: Megapesca Lda: Ian Goulding Short link to this post: Available languages: This study, requested by the Committee on Fisheries (PECH) of the European Parliament, describes the situation of employment linked to the Fisheries Partnership Agreements (FPAs), which the EU has entered into with third countries. Read more…

Figure 11: Trends in EU third countries trade in butter (1000 tonnes)

Trends in EU-Third Countries Trade of Milk and Dairy Products

Original publication: September 2014 Author: Guillaume Ragonnaud, Research Administrator Short link to this post: Available languages: INTRODUCTION: INCREASING DEMAND IN EMERGING COUNTRIES HAS DRIVEN DAIRY TRADE Over the past decades, consumption of milk products in the world has been rising, which means more potential market opportunities for EU dairy Read more…