WTO Finds Australia's Ban On NZ Apples Illegal
Measures that effectively shut out New Zealand apples conflict with Australia's obligations under the Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures Agreement, a WTO dispute settlement body said in a 598-page report.
The ban was instated in 1921 because of fears about fire blight — a disease that destroys apple trees. Australia later cited concerns about European canker...
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