EU: Processors allowed extra time to meet EC standards as their governments join the EU
Food producers and meat processors in several Central and Eastern European countries will be given time to bring their plants up to the standards required by the European Union as their governments apply for EU membership. Negotiations for the entry into the EU of the first six countries, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovenia, Estonia and Cyprus, are expected to take place this autumn.
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