URUGUAY/USA: US moves to lift import ban on beef from Uruguay
The US Department of Agriculture this week proposed lifting a ban imports of beef from Uruguay, two years after it was imposed to prevent foot and mouth disease entering the US. Shortly after foot and mouth disease was reported in some livestock in Uruguay in summer 2001, the US imposed an import ban on all fresh beef. The US has reported no incidence of the extremely infectious disease since 1929.
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