Alessandro Mancosu is IEG Policy’s Brussels correspondent, specialising in EU agri-food policy and related EU topics.
He has previously written about competition policy, as well as working in marketing for an asset management company. Alessandro has also done an internship as an information assistant at the European Commission, Enterprise and Industry Department.
Born in Sardinia, Italy, Aleesandro is fluent in English, French and Spanish, with a good knowledge of German. He has a Master’s Degree in European Studies from the King’s College London, and a Postgraduate Diploma in Journalism from the London School of Journalism.
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The Parliament will discuss next week a motion for a resolution which calls on the Commission to introduce mandatory labelling for the origin of processed poultry products in the retail, catering, and food services.
WTO members have agreed that the organization’s next Ministerial Conference will take place on June 8 to 11 2020 in Astana, Kazakhstan. The dates were endorsed at a meeting of the WTO’s General Council on October 18.
EU agriculture policy diary: (October 22-26) WTO TRQs post Brexit, EU Bioeconomy Strategy and Parliament plenary
Next week the European Parliament will gather in Strasbourg for the plenary session to debate, among other topics, how to improve the quality of water intended for human consumption and the reduction of the impact plastic on the environment.
Prolongation of transition on Brexit will give time to define future relationship – Jean Claude Juncker
An extension of the transition period after Brexit is likely and will buy negotiators time to better define the details of the future relationship between the EU and the UK, Jean Claude Juncker has said.
A profound transformation of the livestock sector will be needed in the decades to come if animal-rearing is to contribute to the UN sustainable development goals, a new report by the Food and Agricultural Organisation (FAO) has said.
The European Commission will supply funding worth €172,5 million from the EU agricultural budget to promote EU agri-food products in Europe and across the world.