AUSTRALIA/UK: No hope for boosting Australian meat exports to EU, concludes Vaile
Australian trade minister Mark Vaile admitted today that he is not optimistic on the chances for Australia to boost meat exports to Britain and the EU, despite the disruption in local supplies caused by the foot and mouth epidemic. Vaile's comments came after he attended a round of meetings in Brussels and London, at which EU trade minister Pascal Lamy and British agriculture minister Nick Brown stressed that strict limits on Australian meat imports would be maintained.
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