"Comparing apples with apples, you can see why we feel vulnerable to your product..." 11 August 2010
A New Zealander standing glumly on a New Zealand coast holds a ripe apple while an Australian standing on Australian coast holds a model of a '$' symbol. The Australian comments equally glumly that 'comparing apples with apples, you can see why we feel vulnerable to your product...' Refers to New Zealand's apple export victory over Australia who has been blocking Kiwi apples for a long time; a WTO panel, which adjudicated the long-running dispute, comprehensively rejected the Australian defence that New Zealand apples carry fire blight.
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