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Vladimir Pekic

Vladimir Pekic is a freelance journalist who writes for both IEG Policy and IEG Vu. He has many years’ experience covering a wide range of agri-food and commodity topics across Europe and Latin America.

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Cheese names at centre of global battles over intellectual property rights

Non-profit trade alliance, the Consortium for Common Food Names (CCFN), has revealed that it has filed 13 new oppositions this year to preserve common names, most of which are still pending.

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Brazilian dairy companies highlight concerns over EU-Mercosur accord

The recently agreed EU-Mercosur trade agreement, combined with the removal of anti-dumping duties on milk powder from the bloc and New Zealand, will make it more difficult for domestic producers to compete with imports, according to Brazilian dairy leaders.

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EU-Mercosur deal remains concern for Brazilian dairy

The recently agreed EU-Mercosur trade agreement, combined with the removal of anti-dumping duties on milk powder from the bloc and New Zealand, will make it more difficult for domestic producers to compete with imports, according to Brazilian dairy leaders.

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Mexico’s Lala to launch new yoghurt and cheese product lines

Grupo Lala, Mexico’s largest private dairy industry, has earmarked MXN80 million (USD4.14 mln) for investments in the launch of innovative yoghurt flavours and regional cheeses for the national consumer market.

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Autonomous communities “will be most affected” among Spanish regions by EU-South America deal

Four Spanish autonomous communities together account for 98% of imports of so-called "sensitive products" from Mercosur countries into Spanish territory, Spain’s farmers’ association has warned.

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Italy’s beekeepers call for ‘state of emergency’ declaration

Italy’s National Union of Italian Beekeepers Associations (UNAAPI) has appealed to central authorities in Rome to adopt all necessary procedures to declare a state of emergency for the entire sector and has called for more financial support from the EU.

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