CAP talks grind to a halt over green architecture

Marathon talks on reforming the Common Agricultural Policy collapsed on Friday morning after member states and MEPs failed to agree on eco-scheme funding. But negotiators insist a deal remains within sight.

by Simon Pickstone
Agriculture commissioner Janusz Wojciechowski told reporters member states' fears that CAP money reserved for eco-schemes would go unspent were unjustified. Photo: European Union
Agriculture commissioner Janusz Wojciechowski told reporters member states' fears that CAP money reserved for eco-schemes would go unspent were unjustified. Photo: European Union

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