France given clearance for beef exports to US

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France is now the fourth EU member country to be given back access to the US market after restrictions were applied to imports of beef, sheep and goats from January 1998 following the outbreak of the bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) epidemic.

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France has become the fourth EU Member State to gain clearance to export beef to the United States market, reports AgriLand.