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Texas groups request Japanese sanctions
The leaders of two Texas producer organizations say the Bush
administration should impose economic sanctions on Japan due to Japan’s
unwillingness to open its market for U.S. beef.
According to Bob McCan, president of Texas and Southwestern Cattle
Raisers Association, efforts by the Bush administration and industry
have gone the extra mile in proving U.S. beef is free from BSE, but
Japan continues to stall on the issue.
“Japanese consumers are expressing a...
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