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Russia's, China's actions renew debate on science-based trade
The first to move was Russia, which notified the U.S. and other countries in December that they were required to certify that their pork and beef exports were free of ractopamine residues. When the U.S. government did not implement a program for certifying exports, Russia closed its market to imports of beef and pork from the U.
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