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UK-US trade deal always a non-runner
Phelim O'Neill
Current US trade policy is protectionist, making a trade deal with the UK virtually impossible irrespective of Brexit or other political considerations.
23 September 2022 News
Period of cheap food ‘going to change’ – Varadkar
The Irish Farmers Journal spoke to Fine Gael, Fianna Fáil and Sinn Féin representatives for their views on rising grocery price at this week’s Ploughing.
23 September 2022 Northern Ireland
UK free trade agreements not helpful to farmers north or south – Poots
Although risks are posed to farmers across the island of Ireland, NI Agriculture Minister Edwin Poots does not suspect that the volumes of imports from Australia or NZ will be as high as anticipated.
UK mini-budget cuts taxes, announces energy cost supports, scares investors
Markets react with horror to giveaway fiscal event which hits lots of Tory priorities.
23 September 2022 News
Global food security in focus
Recognition of a global food security issue is the first step in addressing the problem, but there will be no easy solution.
23 September 2022 News
Ireland ranks second on food security index
Economist food security index again shows Ireland to be one of the most food secure countries in the world.
21 September 2022 News
Beyond Meat’s trouble continues
As its COO grabs headlines, the company share price continues to fall as high US inflation figures add to the businesses problems.
21 September 2022 News
Stephen Robb appointed renewables editor at the Irish Farmers Journal
Stephen Robb will focus on emerging opportunities for farmers in renewable energy as well as developments in the ag-tech industry.
21 September 2022 News
US commits €2.8bn to climate-smart agri-food projects
The US has brought forward a significant budget for the first round of funding to support climate-smart agri-food projects, writes Anne Finnegan.
21 September 2022 News
Commissioner supports calls for EU fertiliser strategy
Concerns over fertiliser availability and application see EU Agriculture Commissioner Janusz Wojciechowski lend support to calls for fertiliser strategy.
21 September 2022 News
A mild winter and a weak dollar needed to provide relief
Demand for diesel this winter will be determined by the weather, the price paid will be influenced by how much a dollar costs.
21 September 2022 News
Better get used to diesel costing more than petrol at the pump
Diesel's usefulness as an alternative to gas, and for heating, means high demand remains even as supply is choked.
21 September 2022 News