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Keith Nuthall

Keith NuthallBiography

Keith Nuthall is an experienced journalist specialising in international organisations, law and regulation, especially the European Union and the World Trade Organisation. He has written extensively on EU support for the food sector – notably on the Common Agricultural Policy, EU labelling and packaging rules, the WTO's Agreement on Agriculture, related WTO disputes, the European Food Safety Authority, and bilateral or multilateral trade agreements impacting the food sector.

He is the founder and director of International News Services Ltd, a global news agency supplying specialist publications with foreign news and features, including on emerging markets.

Articles by Keith Nuthall

EU prepares to impose its own tariffs within daysTrump's tariff measures prompt swift retaliation from trading partners 1 June 2018

The European Union, Canada and Mexico have retaliated to President Donald Trump's imposition of tariffs on their steel and aluminium exports with plans to slap duties on food imports from the US.


List issued for consultation until 26 MarchBrussels issues draft list of US foods facing retaliatory duties 19 March 2018

The European Commission has released a draft list of products that could be subject to retaliatory EU safeguard duties, as a response to the erection of US import duties on aluminium and steel imports.


Malmström: EU eyes duties for US food in reprisal for Trump tariff plan 8 March 2018

The European Commission today (7 March) put the US food manufacturing industry on notice it is prepared to impose safeguard duties on American food and drink exports, should President Donald Trump go ahead with his threat to saddle steel and aluminium imports with heavy tariffs.


Olive oil among products in spotlightEU states mull China legal fight over trademarks 11 August 2017

Greece has announced it and seven other EU member states may launch legal action over Beijing's refusal to ban China-registered trademarks of products falsely marketed as traditional EU-made foods.


Chocolate among products set to new certification standards, EU saysEU warning on China food certification changes 27 June 2017

The European Commission has warned China is planning to introduce what Brussels calls "unjustifiable food certification requirements" for imports into the country.


Feta on proposed list drawn up by EU and ChinaEU, China propose list of foods to get GI protection 6 June 2017

The EU and China's latest round of talks on geographical indications has seen the two sides set out the names of 100 traditional food and drink items manufacturers not based in historic production regions nor following standardised production techniques would be prevented from marketing.


Norway to expand quota for EU cheeseEU, Norway strike new food trade deal 7 April 2017

A new food trade agreement has been struck between the EU and Norway.


China had argued EU poultry tariffs broke trade rulesWTO dismisses bulk of China complaints over EU poultry tariffs 28 March 2017

The World Trade Organization has rejected most of China’s complaints against EU poultry tariff quotas - although Beijing could secure improved access in one area.


Honey among products set to be covered by trade dealEU ministers sign Chile organic food deal 7 March 2017

The EU's Council of Ministers has approved a deal that will see the trading bloc and Chile recognise each other's rules on organic certification.


Hershey among companies testing 3D printingPackaged food eyeing 3D printing but progress uneven - analysis 3 October 2016

What impact could the 3D printing of food have on the sector? It's one of the most-discussed issues among product developers. While there are chefs experimenting with using 3D printing to customise dishes or add some automation to their kitchens, some of the food industry's packaged food giants are also looking closely at the technology. Mandy Kovacs, Poorna Rodrigo, Kitty So and Kathryn Wortley report.




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