Minister urges 'continued constructive dialogue' in ongoing beef dispute

Minister urges 'continued constructive dialogue' in ongoing beef dispute

The Agriculture Minister is urging "continued constructive dialogue" between those involved in the ongoing beef sector dispute.

Michael Creed's comments come after progress was made following discussions yesterday.

Developments were made on market transparency and the introduction of a price index, according to the Irish Farmer's Association. 

Despite twelve hours of talks at the Department of Agriculture, further talks are

expected on Thursday or next Monday.

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