USA :Tougher Trade Rules Praised by U.S. Agriculture Group
A broad-based coalition of American agricultural groups today applauded President Clinton and Congress for enacting a trade bill that contains language which will make retaliation more effective against countries that violate World Trade Organization (WTO) rules.The American Farm Bureau Federation, American Meat Institute, Chiquita Brands International, Hawaii Banana Growers Industry Association, and the National Cattlemen's Beef Association said the "carousel retaliation" provision contained in "The Africa and Caribbean Basin Growth and Opportunity Act" will help the United States enforce its trade rights.
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