Backtrack on cost of meat inspection?

Garner, James
February 2003
Farmers Weekly;2/14/2003, Vol. 138 Issue 7, p30
Trade Publication
Reports on a plan by Brussels, Belgium to drop a proposal to make abattoirs pay the full cost of meat inspection charges, as of February 14, 2003. Implication of the move; Comments from Sir Edward Greenwell, president of the Country Land and Business Association.


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