Keith Nuthall
EUROPEAN Union ministers have been asked to approve the accession of the EU to the International Jute Study Group, which is to replace the organisation of the 1989 International Jute Agreement, which was wound up in October. The new grouping is due to start work in the New Year, having been formed by a conference staged by UN development agency UNCTAD earlier this year.(2001)

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