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Whole Hog Brief Issue 70, 19 August 2002
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Whole Hog Brief Issue 70, 19 August 2002

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..... Dutch clear suspected  case of FMD, NPA CEO jumps ship, British pigs to benefit from new food chain initiative, Illegal UK meat imports to be sniffed out, EU producer prices, New form for UK pig movements, Romania extends pork duty reduction, UK Aujeszky’s scare stirs controversy, Pigs pay university tuition fee debt, US trade, Maple Leaf considers 2ndshift at Brandon, Ontario invests in livestock genetics, Canada’s QA program, PIC wins award, Farmland results, Seaboard accused of environmental violations, AusAid extends FMD-control project, OZ pork industry growth, UK pedigree pigs head for Asia, Leaders sought for APL board positions, Nippon execs to resign, Japan trade, Snow Brand Food’s ex bosses plead not guilty to fraud, China’s little pigs escape the market, Myanmar to export high quality pork, People’s Food sinks on share issue news, OZ pork industry leads the way in crisis planning, Animal cloning venture debuts in Korea, FMD outbreak in Cambodia, I say I say, Price monitor