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Beef Bits

Sep 19, 2008
U.S. to pressure China on beefThe U.S. was expected to urge China to halt its ban on U.S. beef imports when top officials from both nations met last week via the U.S.-China Joint Commission on Commerce and Trade. China closed its market to U.S. beef following the first bovine spongiform encephalopathy case in December 2003. While the Bush administration praised China’s conditional agreement in April 2006 to reopen its market, the reopening still has not occurred. "It’s really to...

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