THE World Trade Organization again sided with Canada and Mexico in their challenge of the U.S. mandatory country-of-origin labeling (COOL) law.
Those opposed to the law have called for a quick remedy to avoid retaliatory tariffs that could affect many other U.S. agricultural products.
The ruling represents the fourth time a panel or appellate body has decided against the COOL rule, which was first written into the 2002 farm
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