The European Commission says it’s reached an agreement with the United States to allow more hormone-free U.S. beef onto the European market.
The commission said Friday the “in-principle” deal would allow U.S. farmers to export 35,000 tons of beef to the bloc. The increased tonnage will be phased in over seven years. Other countries will share a further 10,000-ton beef quota.
It could end a long-running dispute over EU beef import restrictions.
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