USA: New context for an old proposal - is this an end to the US beef row?
The US beef industry has proposed a reduction of existing sanctions on EU imports, as long as the EU agrees to expand access under a small existing quota reserved for hormone-injected beef. There has been little innovation in the proposals, but a EU diplomat explained that "the context is new even though the idea is not," and if the EU & US government agree, there could finally be an end in sight for what has seemed an intractable dispute.
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