USA: AFBF president pushes for "sound trade rules"
Sound trade rules will open markets, remove barriers and address the specific concerns of import-sensitive commodities, according to the American Farm Bureau Federation (AFBF). Speaking at the International Sweetener Symposium in Santa Ana Pueblo, New Mexico, yesterday [Tuesday] AFBF president Bob Stallman said the US has an opportunity to push for sound trade rules during the new World Trade Organisation (WTO) round of talks.
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