Japan considers re-opening U.S. beef exports

JAPAN - The possibility that Japan may lift its ban could not come fast enough for the U.S. beef industry, which has been shut out of what was an annual $1.7 billion in beef sales to Japan prior to the ban. Japan, the world’s biggest consumer of beef products, may be close to lifting that nation’s year-long ban on imported cattle from the United States.

Source: SouthWestFarmPress
calendar icon 1 March 2005
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