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03.08.2012

Press conference on August 8 in Brussels

 

EMB presents working group: International Pooling Commission of dairy farmers at press conference

on August 8 at 11 a.m.

in

International Press Center, room „Passage“ Rue de la Loi 155, B-1040 Brussels

 

Members of the International Pooling Commission of dairy farmers are:

 

MEG Milch Board w.V. from Germany

France Milkboard from France  

MIG - Milcherzeuger Interessengemeinschaft from Belgium 

 

Contacts:


Rainer von Hößlin, MEG Milchboard (DE) +49 176 23263802

Paul de Montvalon, France MilkBoard (FR): +33 833 47925

 

 


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