Japan adopts 20-month exemption

Sep 20, 2004
— U.S. beef acceptance still down the road. — Japan's 12th case no factor. Japanese government officials last Wednesday formally announced that they would exempt cattle under 20 months of age from being tested for bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE). However, the entry of U.S. beef into Japan will be delayed until the two countries can agree on the science, or verification program, that will be used to factually establish the age...

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