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More countries ban Polish beef, as Spain confirms new case of 'atypical' BSE

Bans linked to disease outbreaks and 'illegal slaughter' scandal

Cuba, Kazakhstan and Saudi Arabia have all announced a ban on imports of Polish beef – either due to concerns over bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) or because of recent revelations over the illegal slaughter of sick and injured cattle.


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