JAPAN: Government partially lifts ban on US poultry imports
The Japanese ministry of agriculture, forestry and fisheries has announced that it has partially lifted a ban on the import of poultry meat from the US. The ban was imposed earlier this month after an outbreak of avian influenza at a Californian turkey farm. The virus, which is a designated infectious disease in Japan, was found in New York and Virginia before the Californian outbreak.
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