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January 12, 2009

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January 09, 2009

(Daily News)
November 10, 2008

American Farm Bureau Federation President Bob Stallman last week said that President-elect Barack Obama should choose an agriculture secretary who has experience governing and balancing competing interests.


(Daily News)
October 31, 2008

The Bush administration will publish by Jan. 1, 2009 a proposed rule to implement an importer declaration requirement under the Lacey Act aimed at cracking down on illegal logging abroad, according to a senior official with the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS).


(Daily News)
August 25, 2008

U.S. and Mexican officials have been at odds for three weeks over how to fix food safety problems found by U.S. inspectors during a July 31 audit of 11 Mexican plants processing beef for export to the United States, according to government and industry sources.


(Daily News)
July 22, 2008

GENEVA - U.S. Agriculture Undersecretary Mark Keenum said on July 22 that the U.S. willingness to cut its cotton subsidies in the Doha round will depend on the tariff cuts that China is willing to make.


(Daily News)
June 24, 2008

South Korea plans to formally publish regulations in its official gazette that will implement an informal arrangement announced last week that will allow U.S. beef from cattle younger than 30 months of age to be imported under an industry arrangement, according to private-sector sources. The arrangement will be effective upon publication, which is expected on June 27.


(Daily News)
June 02, 2008

South Korea today (June 2) responded to violent protests against U.S. beef over the weekend by indefinitely delaying the publication of a regulation that would have opened the Korean beef market to all cuts of U.S. beef from cattle of all ages. This is the second delay from the Korean government on this issue.


(Daily News)
June 02, 2008

European Union member states today (June 2) voted decisively against a European Commission proposal to end an 11-year-old effective ban on U.S. poultry imports. The vote could result in the proposal to allow antimicrobial treatments of poultry in the EU and for imports being shelved indefinitely, EU officials said.


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