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CAOBISCO proud to be present at the ILO European Regional Meeting in Istanbul - Oct 18,2017

CAOBISCO proud to be present at the ILO European Regional Meeting in Istanbul

CAOBISCO is proud to have been invited by ILO (International Labour Organisation) to participate in its European Regional Meeting in Istanbul to present its specific project in partnership with the ILO and the Dutch and Turkish Governments on the sustainability of the seasonal agriculture in the hazelnut supply chain in Turkey, working together to abolish the Worst Forms of Child Labour.

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CIUS welcomes the End of the Sugar and Isoglucose Quota Regime as a step in the right direction - Sept 29,2017

CIUS welcomes the End of the Sugar and Isoglucose Quota Regime as a step in the right direction

CIUS, the European Sugar Users, welcomes the end to market-distorting sugar production quotas. They have for too long, hampered the competitiveness of the European sugar-using food and drink industries.

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CAOBISCO Statement on BREXIT - Sept 28,2017

CAOBISCO Statement on BREXIT

CAOBISCO calls on BREXIT negotiators to maintain free trade between the UK and EU27 in the future.

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CAOBISCO committed to further supporting sustainable development goals in its supply chains - June 27,2017

CAOBISCO committed to further supporting sustainable development goals in its supply chains

Bring more transparency in the supply chain, intensify cooperation between all actors and better communicate on industry initiatives: some of the recommendations for CAOBISCO to continue its sustainability journey

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European sugar users welcome European commission announcement on EU sugar market liberalisation - Oct 12,2011

European Commission sets deadline to abolish sugar quota by 2015

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Joint Statement on situation in Côte d’Ivoire - Apr 12,2011

The cocoa trade and industry represented by CAOBISCO, ECA and FCC notes the recent developments in Côte d'Ivoire and welcomes the appeal by elected President Ouattara for appeasement and reconciliation after this terrible chapter in the history of the world's largest cocoa producing country.

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