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From: TSS ()
Subject: Approved exports of Nicaraguan beef to the U.S.A. (TRADING OF TSEs)
Date: February 16, 2005 at 2:57 pm PST

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Subject: Approved exports of Nicaraguan beef to the U.S.A.
Date: Wed, 16 Feb 2005 16:47:08 -0600
From: "Terry S. Singeltary Sr."
Reply-To: Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy
To: BSE-L@LISTSERV.KALIV.UNI-KARLSRUHE.DE


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Certifican exportaciones de carne nicaragüense a EEUU.

Fuente: AP
Fecha: 15 de febrero, 2005

Estados Unidos verificó que Nicaragua es elegible para exportar al
mercado estadounidense, informó el director de Inocuidad Agroalimentaria
del Ministerio de Agricultura y Ganadería, Diego Velázquez.

Dijo en rueda de prensa que el departamento de Agricultura de Estados
Unidos, determinó que "Nicaragua satisface las normas establecidas en el
Código de Normas Federales, ya que posee un sistema de inspección
similar al estadounidense y, por lo tanto, es elegible para exportar
carne a ese país".

Velázquez dijo que fueron certificados los mataderos "Carnic", "San
Martín" y "Macesa" que tienen manuales de seguridad contra cualquier
actividad asociado con el bioterrorismo, en el engorde del ganado, el
sacrificio y transporte de la carne.

El mercado estadounidense compra entre el 40% y 50% de la carne vacuna
que exporta Nicaragua. Entre enero a noviembre del año pasado el país
exportó carne por 99,8 millones de dólares. Para el 2005 se proyecta
exportar más de 38 millones de toneladas métricas de carne, que dejarían
ingresos por unos 120 millones de dólares, principalmente a El Salvador,
Guatemala, Costa Rica, México, Estados Unidos, Puerto Rico, Japón y Taiwán.

Nicaragua vende al mercado internacional cortes industriales y selectos.
Los primeros se exportan a menor precio y principalmente a Estados
Unidos. Los segundos por filetes y lomos se venden en Centroamérica y
Puerto Rico.

La carne de exportación nicaragüense pasa por un proceso de
certificación que indican que este es un producto de alta calidad.

Anualmente ingresa un equipo de inspectores de Estados Unidos a realizar
"auditorías de rutina", de 15 días a los mataderos, las fincas ganaderas
y puertos.

http://www.ganaderia.com.mx/noticias/?no=noticia¬icia=notfeb15_2

Machine translated by WorldLingo.com
Approved exports of Nicaraguan beef to the U.S.A.

Fuente: AP
Fecha: 15 de febrero, 2005

The United States verified that Nicaragua is elegible to export to the
American market, it was informed by the director Agro-alimentary Safety
of the Ministry of Agriculture and Cattle, Diego Vela'zquez.

He said in press conference that the department of Agriculture of the
United States, has determined that "Nicaragua satisfies the norms
established in the Code with Federal Norms, since it has a system of
inspection similar to the American and, therefore, it is elegible to
export beef to that country ".

Vela'zquez said that the slaughter houses "Carnic" were certified, "San
Martín" and Macesa" which they have manuals of security against any
activity associated with the bio-terrorism, in the feed lots, slaughter
houses and transports of the meat.

The American market buys between 40% and 50% of the bovine meat that
exports Nicaragua. Between January to November of the last year the
country exported meat by 99.8 million dollars. For the 2005, projects
are to export more than 38 million metric tons
of beef, that would bring income by about 120 million dollars, mainly to
El Salvador, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Mexico, The United States, Puerto
Rico, Japan and Taiwan.

Nicaragua sells to the international market, industrial and selected
cuts. The first are exported at a lower price and to the United States.
The seconds by fillets and backs are sold in Central America and Puerto
Rico.

The Nicaraguan beef exports happens through a certification process that
indicates that this it is a product of high quality.

Annually a team of inspectors of the United States visit us to carry out
"routine audits", that last up to 15 days, to the slaughter houses, the
cattle ranches and ports.

http://www.ganaderia.com.mx/noticias/?no=noticia¬icia=notfeb15_2

Greetings,

well it seems we are back to the 'good old boy' system of taking people's
word that everything is o.k., seems the corruption in Mexico is pretty
bad, so i guess we can just take there word that they have no BSE...

Global Corruption Report 2004

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Press release


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Highlights from the report


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Executive summary


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Introduction


What is political corruption?

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The Global Corruption Report 2004 is published in London by Pluto Press.
It is edited in Berlin by Robin Hodess, Tania Inowlocki, Diana Rodriguez
and Toby Wolfe. Length: 368 pp.

The French version, Rapport mondial sur la corruption, is published in
Paris by Karthala.

The Spanish version, Informe global de la corrupción, is published in
Buenos Aires by Prometeo Libros and in Madrid by Icaria

http://www.globalcorruptionreport.org/

TSS

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