U.S. would open market for Argentinian beef this year

While the fight related to biodiesel is going to the level of the World Trade Organization, the United States would open up its market for Argentinian beef until the end of the year. The Food Safety and Inspection Service had banned the entrance of Argentinian beef in 2001 after a mad cow disease outbreak. The measure would put nearly 20,000 tons of Argentinian beef in the U.S. market yearly.  The revenue generated would reach US$ 100 million.

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