Research slowed BSE decision

JAPAN - The Food Safety Commission's delay in reaching a broad agreement to approve the relaxation of rules requiring blanket tests on cattle for bovine spongiform encephalopathy can largely be attributed to the difficulty of exploring a wide range of issues related to the nation's system of testing for the disease.

Source: Daily Yomiuri
calendar icon 17 March 2005
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