Argentina Signs Meat Agreement

BUENOS AIRES - Argentinean government and representatives of agricultural and livestock industries signed an agreement to normalize the situation of meat market, official sources confirmed on Thursday.
calendar icon 11 May 2007
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The agreement was signed Wednesday night during a meeting held at the House of Government with the presence of the Cabinet Chief Alberto Fernandez, Felisa Miceli, Economy Minister and the Minister of Agriculture Javier de Urquiza.

The commitment was also signed by the Inter-cooperative Agricultural Federation, the Agrarian Federation, Rural Society and the National Agricultural Front.

President Nestor Kirchner also attended the meeting, which established that regarding selling and buying cattle "all intervention in the meat market will be eliminated."

Source: PrensaLatina
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