Europe’s Food-Label Protections Don’t Pass the Smell Testby
As the U.S. and the European Union begin hammering out a free-trade pact, there are good reasons to expect they will fulfill a promise to finish the job by the end of 2014. Both sides seem prepared to make concessions over longstanding disputes, including the EU ban on genetically modified food or U.S. restrictions on foreign shippers.
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