世界の農業・食料関係ニュース:過去1週間(World food and agriculture:past one weak

農業情報研究所

2018年4月22日更新

世界(World)(top) 

   

農水林産物貿易top)  

WTO members urged to break impasse in farm trade talks ,WTO,18.4.21New 

アジア(Asiatop

 

Iceland’s palm oil decision misleading, says CPOPC,Mslaysian Reserve,18.4.17

The Council of Palm Oil Producing Countries (CPOPC) has lashed out at a UK supermarket chain operator as its intention to remove palm oil from all its own-brand produce is “misleading the consumers”.

Iceland Foods Ltd has announced that it would remove palm oil from all its own-brand produce by year-end, drawing quick rebuttals from palm oil producing countries and planters.

  

Potato brand to fight Chinese fakes,Viet Nam News,18.4.18

 

オセアニア(Oceanjia top  

 

Livestock ships could be blocked under state law, says WA Premier,ABC,18.4.22New

 

Live exports could be dramatically reduced if animal cruelty case succeeds,The Guardian,18.4.16

WA agriculture minister warns farmers that the live export industry may not be able to continue without major welfare improvements

 

アフリカ(Africatop

  

Senegal hopes to reap rewards of modernising agriculture,FT.com,18.4.19

As part of its plans to become a middle-income country by 2035, Senegal has vowed to modernise an agricultural industry that employs the majority of its citizens but produces far less of the food the country consumes. 

 

Asante-Akim South moves to increase rice production,Ghana Business News,18.4.18

About 1,000 rice farmers in the Asante-Akim South Municipality are to benefit from a joint project by the Japanese International Cooperation Agency (JICA) and the Food and Agriculture Ministry (MOFA), launched to boost the production and raise the quality of the widely consumed staple food.

They would be taught a new but simple and effective technology of improving the quality and reduce waste, to increase income levels.

   

DR Congo’s Mai-Ndombe Forest ‘Savaged’ As Landless Communities Struggle,IPS,18.4.18

 

ヨーロッパ(Europe)(top

 

Hogan: Protecting Small Farmers My Top Priority in EU Budget Negotiations,European Commission,18.4.20New

 

Cantines publiques : 50 % au moins de produits bio ou écologiques en 2022,Le Monde,18.4.19

 

Future of CAP: Equality throughout the chain,European Commission,18.4.19

 

Organic farming in Denmark growing leaps and bounds,Copenhagen Post,18.4.18

Statistics released by the Landbrugsstyrelsen agricultural agency reveal that at the end of 2017 more than 245,000 hectares of farmland in Denmark was organic.

The amount increased by 28,365 hectares over the course of the year – an area in size comparable to Langeland – and in total organic farmland now accounts for more than 9 percent of the total land under cultivation in Denmark.

This is the highest proportion to date and geographically it is mostly to be found in southern, northern and western Jutland.

  

Farmers to get environmental advice before massive planned expansion,Irish Times,18.4.18

 

北米(North America)top  

 

Perdue Statement on House Committee Passage of 2018 Farm Bill,USDA,18.4.19

 

中南米(C.S.Americatop