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References

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2. Gazeta Wyborcza (daily), 15 March, 2000.

3. Poland’s Supreme Control Chamber ( NIK) reports 1997 and 2000.

4. Equine Advocates pamphlet, Bedford, New York, USA

5.Animals’ Angels, Live Animal Transport in Europe report, 2000.

7. The Sunday Times, London, 20 August, 2000.

8. ‘US Pork Producer Hogtied in Polish Venture’, The Washington Post, July 3, 2000, (Final Edition).

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