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Whole Hog Brief Issue 94, 15 September 2003
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Whole Hog Brief Issue 94, 15 September 2003

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..... EU to create food safety research network, Kerry results, Sygen results, Hungarian pigmeat processor expands, Latvian’s talk on Softening pork market protection, Estonian ministry preparing to ban MDM imports, British farmers accused of antibiotic fiddle, Animal welfare group calls for tax breaks, Schering-Plough boosts UK pig team, The French are coming! Neighbours ban meat from Argentina, Smithfield completes Cumberland Gap buy, US herd, Canada to label some GM food, US test composting for livestock disposal, Canadian pork export figures underestimate trade, Sask Pork calls for BSE solutions to consider all commodities, GAO report disputes USDA MCOOL cost estimates, ISU livestock odour study draws fire, TGN Blotech acquires Quebec site, McDonald’s results, OZ producers get drought aid, Koreans spend less on meat, Thai swine exports bright, Thai meat to be chemical-free, Pork to Hong Kong expected to increase,  China issues GM permits for soya imports, S Korea trade, Russian pork production forecast to rise, Russian meat import rights sold, Interview with John Coward – Swickers, I say I say, Price monitor