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Blog: The EU, Mexico, and Sugar - the exception that proves the rule?

In April 2018, following two years of negotiation, the EU and Mexico reached a political agreement on an update of the 2000 EU-Mexico Global Agreement. Among the most notable innovations was the inclusion of market access for...[more]


Setting the record straight on in-quota duties: ESRA open letter to Commissioner Malmström

23 April 2018 Dear Commissioner Malmström, As the EU’s negotiations towards a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) with Mercosur enter their final stages, the voices of the EU sugar sector have grown louder. The European Sugar...[more]


The EU-Mercosur deal – don’t sweat the sweet stuff

By Marie van Raemdonck, ESRA Executive Director[more]


Towards a truly global EU-Mexico deal – the role of sugar

by Marie van Raemdonck, ESRA Executive Director[more]


ESRA study outlines the challenges faced by EU cane sugar refiners

The European Sugar Refineries Association has recently produced a study which aims to shed some light on the challenges faced by EU cane sugar refiners.[more]


ESRA and CIUS call for access to sugar in EU-Mercosur free trade agreement

The current EU trade agenda shows a level of ambition and leadership never seen before, as Europe takes on the mantle of global champion of free trade. Ongoing negotiations with Mercosur could well lead to the most valuable free...[more]


Commission reports that trade agreements deliver tangible benefits to agriculture

Overview of recently published European Commission report on the implementation of FTAs[more]


Fake News from EU Beet Sugar Producers

Mud sticks. That is why, on 3 July 2017, you – CEFS, CIBE, ePURE & EFFAT – jointly wrote a passionate and emotive defence of your sector that was based on fake, misleading and unsubstantiated alternative “facts”. You know...[more]


European Commission releases agri-food export data

European Commission, 26 June 2017 - figures presented show growth in sugar imports and exports.[more]


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