China Times: Break the beef deadlock
The Codex Alimentarius Commission finally decided Thursday to set a maximum allowable level of 10 parts per billion for ractopamine residue in beef and pork. This provides a reference for Taiwan, which has been trapped in a political deadlock for months over a proposal to lift a ban on imports of U.S. beef containing traces of the leanness-enhancing drug.
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