Elimination of milk quotas driving Irish economy

Global Business

First introduced in Europe more 30 years ago, milk quotas will be removed April 1st. It means farmers will be able to produce any amount of milk they want. Ireland plans to seize the opportunity to advance its export-led economic growth. CCTV’s Lourda Sexton reports.

Elimination of milk quotas driving Irish economy

Elimination of milk quotas driving Irish economy

First introduced in Europe more 30 years ago, milk quotas will be removed April 1st. It means farmers will be able to produce any amount of milk they want. Ireland plans to seize the opportunity to advance its export-led economic growth. CCTV's Lourda Sexton reports.

Highlights:

  • European milk quotas were introduced in 1984 causing Ireland’s dairy production to remain stagnant for years.
  • Milk quotas there will be lifted on April 1st.

Economist Jacob Kirkegaard discusses the global value of the dollar

CCTV America interviewed Jacob Kirkegaard and asked him where he sees the value of the dollar going. Kirkegaard is an economist for the Peterson Institute.

Economist Jacob Kirkegaard discusses the global value of the dollar

Economist Jacob Kirkegaard discusses the global value of the dollar

CCTV America interviewed Jacob Kirkegaard and asked him where he sees the value of the dollar going. Kirkegaard is an economist for the Peterson Institute.