A new vision for agriculture
momagri, movement for a world agricultural organization, is a think tank chaired by Christian Pèes.
It brings together, managers from the agricultural world and important people from external perspectives,
such as health, development, strategy and defense. Its objective is to promote regulation
of agricultural markets by creating new evaluation tools, such as economic models and indicators,
and by drawing up proposals for an agricultural and international food policy.
  Editorial March 2017 Newsletter :
« The ambient sinistrosis will not get the better of the bolds »

Momagri Editorial Board

Welcome to the 159th issue of momagri’s Newsletter!

Momagri is a private, nonprofit, nonpartisan think tank. It seeks to provide objective analysis and concrete solutions to key international agricultural problems, in order to create a framework for global agricultural governance based on free trade principles.

Our goal is to give a monthly presentation of the various studies we are conducting on global agriculture and its related topics (the environment, poverty, innovation, food safety, etc…) as well as to report on our organization’s latest activities.

This newsletter includes four articles on the following subjects:

  1. « Why Momagri's proposals fully respect the European Union Treaties and Regulations? »
Momagri Editorial Board (temporarily in French)

« L’application de la PAC Momagri suppose que les engagements et les paiements budgétaires soient ajustés chaque année en fonction de l’évolution des marchés... »


  2. « White Paper on the future of Europe: A bout of fatigue at the DG AGRI? »
Momagri Editorial Board

« The Treaty of Rome will celebrate its 60th anniversary on March 25, 2017. Following the Brexit, the rise of Euroscepticism... »


  3. « Is there a Trump effect on world agriculture ? »
Momagri Editorial Board (in French)

« Y aura-t-il un effet Trump sur l'agriculture mondiale ? C’est autour de cette question éminemment stratégique que se sont retrouvés trois experts... »


  4. « An analysis of issues shaping Africa’s economic future »
World Bank report Africa’s Pulse

« After slowing to 3 percent in 2015, economic growth in Sub-Saharan Africa is projected to fall to 1 6 percent in 2016... »


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