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Whole Hog Brief Issue 29Whole Hog Brief Issue 74, 21 October 2002

Whole Hog Brief Issue 52, 15 October 2001
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Whole Hog Brief Issue 52, 15 October 2001

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..... Compromise reached on US Trade Promotion Authority, US Farm Bill cash for environmental rules, EU Fischler visits Mercosur to ‘build for WTO negotiations’, Swedish Meats results, Romanian Government to boost domestic pig breeding, Greenpeace scolds Danish bacon over GM pigfeed, Copaga expands, UK FMD cull meant ‘needless slaughter’, Swine fever outbreak in Spain, German CSF outbreak ‘baffling’, French rank Anglo food bottom of safety league, Poland lifts animal import ban, Grampian to make £20m Malton offer, Le Cochon de Bretagne – a good start, Arago in bid for Pick,, Sadia creates logistics company, Tank moves off Des Moines lawns, Quebec workers agree deal with Olymel, Alberta livestock industry gets C$11m, Smithfield’s rocket science sharpens up offshore investment, Pork powerhouses motor on in North America, Smithfield’s sales, No needle for Canadian researchers, UM chooses GAP pigs for research, Wal-Mart’s US case-ready meats sales increase, New Caledonia-pork producers paradise, Philippines lifts ban on EU pork imports, Japan’s ban on MBM shakes feed industry, George Weston results, Russia’s Interros puts up $100m for farming, Quarantine slows China’s soy imports, Interview with Yvon Salaun – Institut Technique Porcin, I say I say, Price monitor