Market to Market January 28, 2000 (#2520)
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Developing countries use mix of high and low tech solutions
(Jan 28, 2000) WITH JUST ONE DAY LEFT IN NEGOTIATIONS OVER HOW TO GOVERN TRADE IN GENETICALLY MODIFIED ORGANISMS, TALKS BETWEEN SOME OF THE WORLD'S LARGEST TRADING PARTNERS BROKE DOWN.
Farmers get encouragement from Washington, Clinton
(Jan 28, 2000) AGRICULTURE WAS NOT AT THE TOP OF PRESIDENT CLINTON'S STATE OF THE UNION ADDRESS ...
Growers look to get cut of tobacco settlement
(Jan 28, 2000) TOBACCO PRODUCERS WERE CUT OUT OF THE ORIGINAL $205 BILLION SETTLEMENT.
Wisconsin makes control of nonpoint source pollution mandatory; Smithfield-Murphy merger attacked
(Jan 28, 2000) THE PLAN CALLS FOR THE STATE OF WISCONSIN TO PROVIDE FUNDS TO HELP FARMS AND SMALL COMMUNITIES COMPLY.
Market Analysis: Jan 28, 2000
(Jan 28, 2000) FEBRUARY MARKS THE POINT AT WHICH THE CURRENT ECONOMIC EXPANSION BECOMES THE LONGEST ON RECORD -- 107 MONTHS.
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