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Cambodia, CRF win rice battle in EU Court

Publication date 28 September 2020 | 23:00 | ICT

The European General Court has rejected the European Commission’s (EC) request to reject a complaint submitted by Cambodia and the Cambodian Rice Federation (CRF) regarding the EU’s reintroduction of tariffs on Indica rice exports from



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