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Cotton dispute could open door to fresh Brazilian beef

Apr 9, 2010
USDA, in an attempt to broker a deal over cotton subsidies with Brazil, has agreed to consider imports of beef and pork from Brazil. As a result, U.S. cattle producers could soon find themselves competing with cheaper imports of fresh beef from the country which still has

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