Tottenham vs Olympiakos odds: 4/1 for Kane and Son to score

first_imgTOTTENHAM welcome Olympiacos in Jose Mourinho’s first Champions League match as Spurs boss and Ladbrokes have a huge offer for punters.Ladbrokes are offering 4/1 on Harry Kane and Son Hueng-min to score in tonight’s clash.1 Harry Kane and Son Hueng-min speak to new boss Jose Mourinho in trainingThis great 4/1 offer for Kane and Son to score, which is much shorter at 11/4 elswere, can be claimed HERE.Spurs were rampant in Mourinho’s first game in charge as they stormed to a 3-0 lead at away West Ham.Both forwards netted in the victory at the London Stadium with Son netting the opener before Kane scored the third.This offer is available to new and existing customers – but punters who create an account can make the most of Ladbrokes’ bet £5 and get £20 free.As previously mentioned, Ladbrokes are offering free bets for as little as a £5 bet.From betting just a fiver on this Spurs offer a new customer, they will award you with £20 of free bets to play with.To claim this offer, new customers have to register using promo code 20FREE.José Mourinho has spoken to Pochettino’s son about his dad’s sacking but is yet to talk with Tottenham predecessorlast_img read more

Soy Farmers Lead Response to EU OptOut on Biotech Crops

first_imgASA organized a meeting between the U.S. Biotech Crops Alliance, the U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) and U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) officials on April 9 to discuss the recent proposal by the European Union (EU) Commission to allow Member States to individually “opt-out” of importing and using biotech crops that are approved by the European Food Safety Agency.While the College of Commissioners won’t act on the proposal until later this month, its approval would jeopardize access for U.S. soybeans and soymeal to EU markets, since biotech varieties comprise over 93 percent of U.S. production.  If approved, it is not clear how long the implementation period would be, or how many Member States would exercise the option to exclude biotech crops.  At USTR’s request, ASA is working with the U.S. Soybean Export Council (USSEC) and other farm organizations to assess the impact the proposal would have on EU imports from the U.S. and other exporting countries.  It is clear that, if the proposal goes forward, it would undermine the EU’s original premise as a “common market,” and could violate its World Trade Organization (WTO) commitments.last_img read more