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Rozanski sees opportunity to grow this trade between the two countries, especially in agri-food, biotechnology and environmental protection.
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The seminar was just one event during a week-long tour of Poland by the international delegation last month.
“The UPEMI has for years been [extensively promoting] the Polish beef and pork industries,” UPEMI president Wieslaw Rozanski told Rural News.
Trade Minister Todd Mc Clay and EU Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmström have agreed on the importance of working in the World Trade Organisation (WTO) towards reducing non-tariff barriers (NTBs), and reform of domestic support in agriculture.
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