EU administrative constraints and rules in the agriculture sector in relation to the international trade framework

15-04-2010

This note aims to define, although briefly, the main factors influencing European agriculture on the international scene, in the context of multilateralism and bilateralism agreements. The angle of analysis chosen was the problem of food safety and its implications on international trade. The discussion of food safety was also seen as an inalienable human right to have guarantees that what you eat is not dangerous to your health.

This note aims to define, although briefly, the main factors influencing European agriculture on the international scene, in the context of multilateralism and bilateralism agreements. The angle of analysis chosen was the problem of food safety and its implications on international trade. The discussion of food safety was also seen as an inalienable human right to have guarantees that what you eat is not dangerous to your health.