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Whole Hog Brief Issue 95, 6 October 2003
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Whole Hog Brief Issue 95, 6 October 2003

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..... Call for international funding to fight FMD, EU prices, EU Commission welcomes new food disease laws, Autofom goes to market,  Dutch to make claim over feed, Latvian farmers object to live pig import quota, Swine Fever jitters hit Denmark, HK Ruokatalo increase Sokow site stake, NPA responds to Soil Association drugs charge, Estonian Ministry wants customs duties reintroduced for pork, EU adopts allergen amendment to food labelling rules, PIC to purchase Cotswold Swine Genetics,  New bill to limit packer ownership, New COOL Bill , National Meat Association wants voluntary COOL, BSE crisis threatens Canadian meat industry, US trade, FDA to limit MBM in US animal feed, US unprepared for bioterrorism rules, No difference between GM and non-GM corn in pig feed, Iowa to ship more pork to Taiwan, Ont Pork to research impact of MBM ban,  NPPC supports USDA Conservation framework, Maple Leaf to buy Schneider Corp, Tyson results, ConAgra results, PMWS disease investigation, Japanese trade, APL seeks new director, Okinawan pig to be preserved, Vietnam farmers to benefit from Chinese tariff cuts, African Swine Fever outbreak, Outlook for China’s live hog industry, Vietnamese farms boom, Moscow’s sausage market, I say I say, Price monitor