Cabinet details plans to regulate pork imports from U.S.

11/26/2020 08:36 PM
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Taipei, Nov. 26 (CNA) The Cabinet on Thursday released a five-point plan for the regulation of American pork products, in an effort to ease public concerns over residues of the livestock drug ractopamine, before Taiwan opens its market to such imports from the United States next year.

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