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Mexico, Mercosur deals at stake if not concluded in 2017, EU warns[Economy & Jobs / News] If the EU fails to complete trade deals with Mexico and Mercosur by the end of this year, upcoming elections in Brazil and Mexico could complicate the conclusion of the agreements, EU negotiators warned on Monday (9 October).

Andriukaitis: Supporting drug innovation is ‘the only way’[Health / News] Backing innovation in the pharmaceutical market and developing new evidence-based economic models is the only way forward for future healthcare, according to EU Commissioner for Health and Food Safety Vytenis Andriukaitis.

UK shadow minister: Britain needs a real food policy after Brexit[Agrifood / Interview] After Brexit, the UK should develop a real food policy focused on consumer health and self-sufficiency, while ensuring public money gets to the farmers who need it, David Drew told EURACTIV.com in an interview.

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