JAPAN/USA: US urges Japan not to restrict free trade in food sector
The US is reported to have urged Japan not to implement food safety measures in a way that restricts trade. The Associated Press reports that a senior working-level meeting held last Friday was used to ask Japanese food safety authorities to make sure current and future safety measures do not distort trade. The move was likely triggered by Japan's response to cases of BSE.
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