U.S.-Brazil: cotton deal has beef, pork implications

The United States and Brazil have agreed on a plan to settle a dispute on U.S. cotton subsidies that includes the possible re-entry of Brazilian beef and pork products into the United States.
Friday 9 April 2010 (8 years 7 months 11 days ago)
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The United States and Brazil have agreed on a plan to settle a dispute on U.S. cotton subsidies that includes the possible re-entry of Brazilian beef and pork products into the United States.

Washington agreed to pay $147 million per year to assist Brazil's cotton growers while also initiating the removal of barriers on Brazilian beef and pork.

Specifically, the United States agreed to publish a proposed rule by April 16, 2010, to recognize the state of Santa Catarina as free of foot-and-mouth disease, rinderpest, classical swine fever, African swine fever, and swine vesicular disease, based on World Organization for Animal Health guidelines.

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