CROATIA is being challenged at the World Trade Organisation by Hungary over its introduction in June of a ban on all meat imports from any country allowing the use of all feed containing animal protein, and - in some circumstances - fish meal. Zagreb justifies its action to prevent BSE reaching Croatia, but Hungary says it is too extreme and breaks WTO health rules.

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