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  • 28
    Oct

    Bolivia prohibits exports of 6 basic foods

    The Bolivian government has temporarily banned the export of six basic food products, including soybeans, sugar and beef, due to a strike in the agricultural region of Santa Cruz. The export suspension came into force on Thursday at 00:00 due to “a risk of shortages” after five days of...

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  • 27
    Oct

    Mexico would import meat from Argentina before the end of 2022

    An article in Political Animal revealed that the process for the health authorities to allow their access has been ongoing for more than a year. However, in recent days, the government of Andrés Manuel López Obrador announced a single universal license that will be granted to 15 companies to exempt them from sanitary procedures and...

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  • 27
    Oct

    Although with growth, Mexican meat exports begin to stagnate

    From January to September, Mexican exports of pork, beef and chicken totaled 443,659 tons, a growth of 0.7% compared to 2021, this for a value 2.1% higher than that of the same period last year, closing the turnover at 2,513.4 millions of dollars. The Agricultural Markets Consulting Group (GCMA) reported that regarding chicken exports, this...

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  • 27
    Oct

    USDA forecasts mixed fortunes for global meat markets in 2023

    Global beef production is forecasted to see marginal decline in 2023 to 59.2 million tonnes. Although production gains are expected in China, Brazil, and Australia, these will be offset by declines in the US and the EU. Global exports are also forecast to decline, dropping 1.2% in 2023 to...

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  • 27
    Oct

    US drought impact bodes well for Aussie beef, as global supply winds shift

    THE impact of heavy beef herd reduction in the US due to the effects of devastating drought this year is likely to have a profound impact on global beef supply next year, delegates at the BeefEX conference in Brisbane heard last week. US beef exports have exploded this year,...

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  • 26
    Oct

    Producers deliver petition to deputies: They seek to stop meat imports

    This morning, producers who are members of several peasant groups in the State of Chihuahua, such as the Democratic Peasant Front, the Barzón, National Agrodynamics and the Regional Agricultural Union of Yellow Corn Producers (UNIPRO), met with deputies of the local Congress, with the purpose of requesting solution to...

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  • 26
    Oct

    The new import system aggravated the problems for the industry and there were claims from the UIA

    A little over a week has passed since the new Argentine Import System (SIRA) entered into force, which replaced the SIMI, and the problems that the industry has been suffering due to the lack of dollars have worsened. Not only are there no longer any operations that have immediate access to the Free...

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  • 26
    Oct

    Challenge for Brazil beef market

    Brazilian cattle prices are down this year and strong demand for the country’s beef exports will widen Brazilian meatpackers’ margins in the short term, according to analysts, though weakness in the domestic market could undercut those gains. About 30% of Brazil’s beef production is sent abroad, with the rest consumed...

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  • 26
    Oct

    Complaints from Canadian farmers about the poor performance of CETA for their beef exports to the EU

    At the end of September, 5 years have passed since the approval and implementation of the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement between the EU and Canada. Now, the Canadian cattle farmers integrated in the Canadian Cattle Association (CCA), complain that the North American country cannot take advantage of the European...

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  • 25
    Oct

    Ecuador expects trade agreement with Mexico in a month

    Ecuador hopes to close a trade agreement with Mexico that would open the doors to the Pacific Alliance before the end of next month, when Ecuadorian President Guillermo Lasso travels to Mexico to meet with the leaders from that country, Colombia and Chile, among others, Ecuadorian officials said Monday....

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