Policy and Regulation
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Vietnam recently held a workshop with international experts to look into ways the country can tackle emerging problems with antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in livestock and aquaculture.
Having battled for years to free themselves of foot-and-mouth disease (FMD), South American countries are joining forces to help remove the virus from its last bastion on the continent – Venezuela.
EU member states have finally agreed on the amount of copper that should be allowed in animal feed, opting for only modest reductions from current limits – at least for now.
Following damaging outbreaks of Mycoplasma bovis in New Zealand cattle, the farm-intensive country is developing a new super-fast diagnostic test for the disease.
A new report indicates there is a growing world market for illegal animal medicines.
International meat and dairy traders are fighting to soften the impact of a clause in the EU's forthcoming new veterinary medicines regulation which, if unamended, could completely block imports into the EU from other countries.
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