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Whole Hog Brief Issue 108, 4 May 2004
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Whole Hog Brief Issue 108, 4 May 2004

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..... EU Agricultural Council supports MRL limit, EU traces the food chain, EU split over improving animal transport conditions, EP approves tougher safeguards against diseases, EU GM labelling rules come into force, European breeding stock boom for JSR, Coren to sell Romania plant, BPEX import report raises storm, UK pig farmers thank Uncle Sam for their survival, JSR breeding pigs head to S Korea, USDA announce US animal ID system, US trade, New Canadian GM-free labelling rules agreed, Brazil’s pork exports fall, New Canadian feed regs expected, Maple Leaf results, US FDA plans new imported food rules, Canada pays out avian flu aid,  Japan to finalise US beef imports, Canada expects US BSE decision, Canadian trade, USDA stands by BSE test ban, new CEO for McDonalds, McDonalds results, Tyson results, Price to rise for Hormel’s Spam as costs rise, Albert Lea to get Hormel pork plant, Tyson cleared in price fixing case, Oz pork appeal to be considered, Japan trade, Oz saboteurs face 10 years in the pen, Bangkok plans abattoir at dump, Philippines to reinstate hog import tariff, China Resources acquires 70% of Shenzhen Food, United Foods results, Zimbabwe pig industry starts stockfeed study, I say I say, Price monitor