USDA Increases the Fiscal Year 2011 Tariff-Rate Quota for Refined Sugar

Vetter, Darci L.
October 2011
Federal Register (National Archives & Records Service, Office of;10/3/2011, Vol. 76 Issue 191, p61074
Government Documents
The article offers information on the announcement of the U.S. Department of Agriculture secretary regarding the increase of tariff-rate quota for refined sugar in the fiscal year 2011.


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