Brussels cuts Third country subsidies

Harris, Robert
February 2003
Farmers Weekly;2/7/2003, Vol. 138 Issue 6, p21
Trade Publication
Reports on the move of Brussels, Belgium, to eliminate most subsidies for cattle being sent to the Third countries. Availability of export refunds; Reason for the move; Rate for male cattle as of February 2003.


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