European Farmers Urge Union to be Stricter on South African Imports

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European Farmers have spoken out against the EU's decision not to ban citrus fruit imports from South Africa. They say a decision reached in Brussels to instead impose tougher controls to contain a citrus fungal disease called black spot, are not enough to eliminate the risk of contamination in Europe. South African citrus growers though have welcomed the decision, which means the country can still export to Europe their biggest and most important market. CCTV's Sandra Gathmann reports.
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