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Monday, 23 October 2017

ACP:
1-2 July: Cotton meeting
3 July: Steering Committee on Cotton  
4 July: Working Group on the preparation of the 8th ACP Summit
European Commission:
1 July: Communications on better enforcement of intellectual property rights in the EU and in third countries
European Parliament:
1-3 July: European Parliament Committee Meetings
1-3 July: European Parliament plenary session
Other:
1 July: Towards a Circular Economy: A zero waste programme for Europe

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The next Brussels Development Briefing on 'Building resilience of SIDS through trade and agribusiness development', will be held during the morning of Friday 11 July 2014, at Borschette in Brussels. This 37th Briefing is taking place in the context of 2104 as the year of Small Island Developing States (SIDS) and the upcoming UN Conference on Small Island Developing States (1-4 September 2014, Apia, Samoa).
Register online at: http://brusselsbriefings.net

In this week's CTA video interview, Kalilou Sylla, Executive Secretary, ROPPA, tells us a bit more about the biggest challenges facing agriculture in Africa and what CTA might be able to do to help.
To find out more about this topic: http://brusselsbriefings.net/past-briefings/agriculture-for-africas-transformation/

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Friday, 27 June 2014

Caribbean banana producing countries are being asked to deepen their consultations and exchange of information on the implementation of the Banana Accompanying Measures (BAM) adopted by the EU in December 2011. The EU Council has granted Euro 190 million in order to implement these measures and promised an additional 10 million.

Thursday, 26 June 2014

Signs of success in African development have inspired Germany to redesign its strategy for promoting growth on the continent. On the 20th June in Berlin, Education Minister Johanna Wanka announced a paradigm shift, in a joint statement with the Commissioner of Human Resources, Science and Research from the African Union, Martial Ikounga.

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