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Whole Hog Brief Issue 88, 2 June 2003
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Whole Hog Brief Issue 88, 2 June 2003

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..... EU has no plans to renew pigmeat export subsidies,, EU backs Italians in Parma drama, Pork at heart of Baltic trade rwo, Polish meat producers protest against vet law, Lithuania bans animal products from Finland, Smithfield accused of breaking Polish environmental standards, New price reporting system, Dutch feed sector working on list on known feed ingredients, Slovenia and EU liberalise agricultural trade, Cranswick to pay compensation, Irish pig feed costs,  Mexico eases duties on US live swine imports, Canadian farmers braced for new feed rules, US trade, CPC sets deadline for traceability, LMA objects to USDA checkoff info request, Brazil hopeful for rapid removal of Russian export ban, Nutreco completes swine genetics merger, Checkoff challenges mount up, New labels give humane seal of approval, Premium Standard Farms to meet COOL rules early, AWB comes under attack, APL warns against jump in supply, CP Foods forecast, S Korean trade, Craig Mostyn opens export abattoir, Japanese trade, People’s Food restarts slaughtering, Interview with John Howard – Danish Bacon and Meat Council, I say I say, Price monitor