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Gum arabic import would continue unimpeded under Rep. Menendez amendment.

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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GUM ARABIC CONTINUED U.S. IMPORT FROM SUDAN WOULD BE ALLOWED under amendments to two House bills that would otherwise ban all U.S. trade with Sudan; the amendments would be offered by Rep. Robert Menendez (D-N.J.), in whose district reside two of the four U.S. importers/processors of gum arabic. Trade sanctions against Sudan are included in HR 1757, the State Department reauthorization act, and in HR 2431, the Freedom from Religious Persecution Act.
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