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New UTPs rules should not impose more red-tape on farmers - Dutch minister

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A new law to tackle unfair trading practices in the food supply chain (UTPs) should not add an additional bureaucratic layer and should not adopt too strict a definition of the concept, the Dutch Agriculture Minister has said.


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