Economy

November 5, 2013 1:07 PM

U.S. chicken growers balk at European trade deal

U.S. chicken growers will send 20 percent of their product to more than 100 countries this year, but none of it is going to Europe. And industry officials say that’s unlikely to change, even if the U.S. strikes a new trade deal with the European Union. It’s sure to be a front-burner issue when U.S. and European negotiators meet in Brussels next week for their second round of trade talks.

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