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Taiwan Might Reconsider US Beef

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Taiwan will suspend imports of U.S. beef immediately. If that is the case, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) will have to produce epidemiological documents proving that no such cases existing in the United States before Taiwan will reconsider reopening its doors to U.S. beef, Chen added.
 
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PORKER said:
Taiwan will suspend imports of U.S. beef immediately. If that is the case, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) will have to produce epidemiological documents proving that no such cases existing in the United States before Taiwan will reconsider reopening its doors to U.S. beef, Chen added.


BUT, BUT, BUT-Haven't the Taiwanese heard of the New World Orders revised OIE regulations :???: :? :lol: Maybe they weren't allowed at the Bilderberg secret meetings......
 

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Old Timer, this just shows how much a country will adhere to the OIE when push comes to shove. Just watch, the US will be the only country that will follow the lowered standards. Guess who this benefits... :shock:

Just a nice example of them working to keep the US food supply the best in the world :roll: :mad:
 
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Looks like Korea hasn't heard about the OIE changes either :? :???: :lol: :cry: :mad: What a total JOKE!!!!

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Home> National/Politics Updated Jun.12,2005 21:08 KST




New BSE Case Makes Imports of U.S. Beef Unlikely

Recent confirmation that another cow in the United States tested positive for BSE or mad cow disease is likely to thwart intensive American efforts to persuade Korea to resume import of U.S. beef. Korea banned the imports after a cow in Washington State tested positive for BSE in December 2003.
The Agricultural Ministry said Sunday it asked the U.S. for the test results as well as information on the breed and age of the sick animal. A ministry official said final confirmation that it was indeed BSE would affect Korea’s decision whether or not to restart imports of U.S. beef. He said the ministry would consider the issue from several angles but the key was a scientific confirmation that the beef is safe. After a third round of discussions in Washington from June 6 to 10 and the results form a bilateral team of experts in hand, Korea was scheduled to start negotiating details of resuming imports including price and quantity.

According to the ministry, the cow that tested positive was one of three that showed BSE-like symptoms during a U.S. investigation carried out last year but were initially judged to be disease-free. The U.S. Department of Agriculture on Friday a cow had tested positive for mad cow disease but confirmation conducted simultaneously in the U.S. and Great Britain would take about two weeks.

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I sincerely believe this latest fiasco will prove to be worse than a NEW case of BSE. Especially Japan!

Kozimoto be saying; UH-HUH????????? so that's why you ain't had many cases, you boys been using the wrong tests! 20 months? Hell no! We don't want yo meat, we think we'll stay with them aussie boys!
 

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