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Mexico restricts shipments of U.S. meat

Jan 16, 2009
Mexican officials have proposed a change in meat import regulations that could have a significant impact on trade with U.S. packing plants. According to the proposal, after Jan. 30, Mexico will no longer allow meat shipments from the U.S. in so-called combo bins, large totes containing as much as 2,000 pounds of meat each.

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