Pig and pigmeat industries: safeguard action against imports
AbstractOn 26 June 1998 the Treasurer referred the question of whether safeguard action is warranted against imports of meat of swine, frozen, falling within tariff sub-heading 0203.29 of the Australian Customs Tariff. The Productivity Commission is to report within 140 days (or earlier) and is to hold hearings.
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pigs - pigmeat - WTO - safeguard action - imports - adjustment - consumers - employment - regional development - trade liberalisation - ecologically sustainable development - international obligations - pig farming - farming - pigmeat processing - abattoirs - bacon - ham - smallgoods - quarantine;
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