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    Australian meat exports fall, Ireland exports to China again

    Two recent events in the last week have shaken the global beef market. On the one hand, Australia, one of the largest exporters of protein, reported the lowest sales results in 19 years. On the other hand, Ireland regained admissibility in China to sell meat after 2 and a half years...

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    Sedagro coordinates actions for bovine cattle traceability in Morelos

    As part of the commitment to the people of Morelos to safeguard public health, agri-food quality and livestock traceability inside and outside the entity, the head of the Secretariat for Agricultural Development (Sedagro), Katia Isabel Herrera Quevedo, participated in the installation of the State Council for Operational Monitoring in...

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    Brazil gains greater access to Indonesian beef market

    BRAZIL will gain more access to the Indonesian beef market following an announcement this week that a further 11 Brazilian beef processing plants have been approved to commence exports.Brazilian agriculture minister Carlos Favaro made the announcement on Wednesday. Processing giants Marfrig Global Foods and Minerva are among the Brazilian...

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    Beef Exporters in Paraguay Brace for Slump From Key Buyer Russia

    Beef exporters from Paraguay, one of the world’s major suppliers, are urgently looking to strengthen existing trade relationships and tap new markets after key buyer Russia banned shipments from several of the South American nation’s meatpacking plants. Click here to read full note: https://news.bloombergtax.com/international-trade/beef-exporters-in-paraguay-brace-for-slump-from-key-buyer-russia

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    Brazil says China and Indonesia authorize several meatpacking companies for exports

    China has lifted bans on three Brazilian meat packing plants, including two poultry plants and a beef plant, Agriculture Minister Carlos Favaro told reporters on Wednesday. The official further stated that Indonesia authorized 11 Brazilian beef plants to export to the country. He added that Egypt now allows imports of...

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    The superpeso makes Mexican exports more expensive

    A superpeso does not limit Mexico’s trade with the United States and the world, but it does make manufacturing, automotive and agri-food exports more expensive. “Although it is true that such a strong exchange rate makes our exports more expensive, the exchange rate is free and in some way...

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    Effects of the drought: meat production grew by more than 5% in 2022 and consumption had a slight rebound

    According to a report from the Chamber of Industry and Commerce of Meat and Derivatives of the Argentine Republic (CICCRA), the production of beef increased by 5.1% in 2022, reaching 3.13 million tons, and the slaughter of cattle grew 3.9% year-on-year to 13.5 million head. In addition to all this, during December domestic consumption reached 47.2 kilos per...

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    Mexico imposes a 50% tariff on corn exports to control the price

    The Mexican Government will apply from this Tuesday a 50% tariff on the export of white corn, according to the decree published last night in the Official Gazette of the Federation. The measure, which only affects white flour corn intended for human consumption, aims to help contain the increase in...

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    Demand influences

    In 2023 US consumers can anticipate greater availability of pork, broiler meat and turkey but less beef, which they will have to pay more for than last year. Demand for all proteins will largely depend on consumer concerns about inflation and whether the US economy has moved into a...

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    The Government authorized the commercialization of meat by half beef but prohibited the “hombreo”

    The media res novel adds a new chapter and everything suggests that it will not be the last. The national government decided yesterday to modify a series of resolutions that establish the obligatory nature of chopping beef into pieces that cannot exceed 32 kilos for its sale to butcher shops and retail outlets,...

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