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14 May 2008
View news from Korea, South S. Korea to Feed Army with Local 'Safe' Beef
SOUTH KOREA -South Korean Defense Ministry announced on Monday that it will feed its 680,000-strong military forces only with locally grown boneless beef in an effort to support local cattle farmers....
13 May 2008
View news from Korea, South US Bows to South Korean BSE Fears
SOUTH KOREA - The South Korean president has said that Washington accepted his proposal to halt imports in the case of any BSE outbreak occurring within the United States....
View news from Korea, South US Bows to South Korean BSE Fears
SOUTH KOREA - The South Korean president has said that Washington accepted his proposal to halt imports in the case of any BSE outbreak occurring within the United States....
08 May 2008
View news from Korea, South Cold Feet and Hot Heads in South Korea
SOUTH KOREA - Earlier today South Korea's prime minister decided to backtrack on previous words and leave the door open to revising the US beef import deal due to mounting public pressure over safety concerns. ...
07 May 2008
View news from Korea, South South Korea Backs Away from Renegotiation
SOUTH KOREA - The government of South Korea has rejected US calls to renegotiate the recent beef trade deal and has instead pledged to tighten quarantine procedures and beef labeling rules in a bid to keep BSE out. ...
06 May 2008
View news from Korea, South US Calms Korean Mad Cow Panic
KOREA - The undersecretary for food safety at the US reasserted the safety of American beef at a recent conference to Korean correspondents. ...
View news from Korea, South US Calms Korean Mad Cow Panic
KOREA - The undersecretary for food safety at the US reasserted the safety of American beef at a recent conference to Korean correspondents. ...
05 May 2008
View news from Korea, South Beef Backlash Challenges Korea Lee's Reforms
SOUTH KOREA - As the public backlash over U.S. beef continues to grow, President Lee Myung-bak is facing a potential political crisis that could spell trouble for his reform drive and possibly trigger an economic dispute between Korea and the United States. ...
02 May 2008
View news from Korea, South Mad Cow Rumours Contagious on the Net
SOUTH KOREA - Ever since Korea agreed to open its doors to US beef the internet has been rife with exaggerated, confused and often, entirely fictional, rumours over mad cow disease. The scaremongering attack has brought about a sense of great concern...
01 May 2008
View news from Korea, South Tide of US Imports Batter Korean Farmers
SOUTH KOREA - Recent reports suggest that Korean cattle producers are already feeling the knock-on effects of US beef imports on the market. In the past two weeks, Korean beef prices have tumbled to their lowest level for two years and the soaring cost...
28 April 2008
View news from Korea, South Korea Labels American Imports
SOUTH KOREA - After lifting restrictions on American beef, the South Korean president, Lee Myung-bak, has announced that the government will enforce accurate place-of-origin labels on all imported meat....
23 April 2008
View news from Korea, South Korean Crackdown on False Labelling
SOUTH KOREA - The South Korean government recently announced a crackdown on illegal beef labels which often claim a false country of origin. As part of the initiative they have also decided to provide cash support to enhance production of local high-quality...
View news from Korea, South Trouble Brewing Over US/Korean Beef Deal
SOUTH KOREA - Opposition parties in South Korea have attacked the government's latest deal over US beef imports. The move signals that parliamentary approval of the Free Trade Agreement will not be as straightforward as many may have expected....
18 April 2008
View news from Korea, South South Korean U-Turn on US Beef
SOUTH KOREA - Seoul's farm ministry today announced that it has decided to open the door to American beef just a little bit wider. The news comes after reports that the discussions had broken down earlier in the week and seemed to have ended. Today's...
15 April 2008
View news from Korea, South Talks Break Down on US/Korean Meat Trade
SOUTH KOREA - The US South Korean discussions failed to to reach an agreement over the dispute on American imports....
11 April 2008
View news from Korea, South US Korean Dialogue Opens Up
SOUTH KOREA - Senior officials from both Korea and the United States will meet up today in order to discuss how they can improve access into the Korean market....
29 February 2008
View news from Korea, South Binders Could Improve Viability of Cheap Starch Sources
SOUTH KOREA - South Korea's feed industry is feeling the pressure of high cereal prices and short supplies. Some mills are expecting to run out of wheat in the next few months and are considering using alternative raw materials, such as Manioc. ...
27 February 2008
View news from Korea, South Country of Origin Labeling at Restaurants in Korea
SOUTH KOREA - South Korea is planning to expand its current country-of-origin- labelling (COOL)requirements for beef to include large restaurants. This ruling will become affective from July 1, 2008. It is also believed that COOL will become mandatory...
14 February 2008
View news from Korea, South Beef Deal Key to Korean FTA
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade is holding a Conference on "Strengthening Economic and Trade Cooperation with Latin America and the Caribbean" this week....
21 January 2008
View news from Korea, South S. Korea Considering U.S. Beef Imports
SEOUL - South Korea is considering an option of fully reopening U.S. beef imports through a step-by-step process, possibly including shipments of previously unaccepted parts including bones, reports Yonhap news agency....
15 January 2008
View news from Korea, South New Govt to Deal With US Beef Issue
SOUTH KOREA - Negotiations between South Korea and the United States to revise the guidelines for imports of American beef will most likely not come to an end within the tenure of the incumbent Roh Moo-hyun administration. ...
27 December 2007
View news from Korea, South Ethanol Demand Driving Up Grain Prices
SOUTH KOREA - No morsel of food will likely be spared on the groaning tables of Americans this holiday. Let diets be the ugly Grinch of this Christmas. And the eating and the, yes, gorging, will include large numbers of Christmas cookies, cakes and other...
27 November 2007
View news from Korea, South Korea Plans National CattleTracking System For 2008
SOUTH KOREA - South Korea will introduce nationwide cattle and beef tracking systems starting late next year, the government said on Monday. ...
19 November 2007
View news from Korea, South S. Korea Ranked No. 3 Importer of U.S. Beef in September
SOUTH KOREA - South Korea became the third-largest importer of American beef in September, a report by the U.S. government and meat exporters said Monday. ...
19 October 2007
View news from Korea, South Seoul Stands Its Ground On US Beef Import Rules
SEOUL - South Korea's top agriculture policymaker said Friday that there will be no linkage between plans to rewrite U.S. beef import rules with the ratification of the free trade agreement (FTA) that was signed in late June. ...
12 October 2007
View news from Korea, South U.S. Asks South Korea To Allow Imports Of All Beef Parts
SOUTH KOREA - The U.S. has asked South Korea to allow the import of all beef parts at a meeting aimed at rewriting the current import rules, government officials said Thursday. ...
27 September 2007
View news from Korea, South US Beef Imports Surge
SOUTH KOREA - U.S. beef is rapidly eating into the South Korean market. The total volume of U.S. beef imports has increased more than 10 times in the past couple of months and the number of large distributors dealing with the American beef has also neared...
04 September 2007
View news from Korea, South S.Korea Bans US Beef Plant After Bones Found Again
SOUTH KOREA - South Korea will permanently block imports from a U.S. beef plant after finding bones in a second shipment in violation of an export agreement with Washington, the Agriculture Ministry said on Tuesday. ...
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