U.S., E.U. involved in meat-and-cheese battle

10/21/2003 | USA Today

When the World Trade Organization ruled the E.U. had no scientific evidence that U.S. hormone-fed beef was harmful, it allowed the U.S. to slap a heavy import tariff on European goods such as Roquefort cheese and Italian tomatoes. The tariff has contributed to the price of Roquefort rising by $10 a pound, and one food importer is calling for an end to the "nonsense."

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