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US-European Common Market / Trade #323922

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jan 03, 1989
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Recent trade battles between United States and European Econ. Community recalled. Dispute noted starting when Europe banned United States meat treated with growth hormones. Report introduced.

(Ellsworth, Iowa: Frank Currier) Impact of European meat ban upon American ranchers examined. [Rancher Jim HALE - comments on ban and growth hormones.] FDA (Food and Drug Administration) quoted with regard to safety of growth hormones in meat. [Animal scientist Allen TRENKLE - comments.] [Farm economy Neil HARL - says Europe is actually protecting its own beef industry] US' response to European meat ban noted.

Currier, Frank;
Schieffer, Bob

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