A federal agency bans the sale of sheep lungs, a key ingredient for the distinctive Scottish dish. Haggis lovers have found ways around that.

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For Haggis Purists in the U.S., the Law Is No Obstacle - The New York Times
A federal agency bans the sale of sheep lungs, a key ingredient for the distinctive Scottish dish. Haggis lovers have found ways around that.
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Opinion | Trump Is Abusing His Tariff Power, Too - The New York Times

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Trump’s Treasury secretary just admitted the tariff rationale is hogwash - The Washington Post
Perhaps distracted by the beauty and billionaires of Davos, Switzerland, this week Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin let slip an embarrassing admission: President Trump’s justification for his trade wars is hogwash.
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EU, China and 15 others agree temporary fix to WTO crisis - Reuters
BRUSSELS/DAVOS (Reuters) - The European Union, China and 15 other World Trade Organization members agreed on Friday to create a temporary mechanism to settle trade disputes after U.S. action rendered the WTO incapable last month of acting as the umpire of global trade.
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Brussels builds alliance to bypass US block on WTO judges | Financial Times

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