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    Chile lowered the volume and average value of beef imports in October

    As usually happens after the national holidays in mid-September, the volumes of beef imported by Chile fell in October, but on this occasion the average import value also did, in line with what is happening with the prices of the product in the international market.According to information from Odepa,...

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  • 14
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    Economic slowdown to hit beef demand: Rabobank

    World beef production will remain stable at the end of this year and the beginning of the next, although with variations for the key markets in the southern and northern hemispheres. This was pointed out by Rabobank analysts who anticipated that total production will grow by 1.4% and trade will strengthen...

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  • 14
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    Australian cattle exports kick in October

    Australian cattle exports increased to the highest monthly volume for over a year during October, with increased orders to Indonesia accounting for most of the additional volume. Latest data released from the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry shows that Australia exported 65,076 cattle in October, well above the...

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  • 13
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    Beef export backslide?

    Australian beef exports to key Asian markets such as South Korea, and China continue to display worrying signs of weaker trends, while the US imported beef market continues to suffer from economic uncertainty and strong domestic supply. On the brighter side, ongoing FMD issues in Indonesia may just have...

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  • 13
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    Beef exports top $10 billion

    October 2022 exports of U.S. pork were the largest in more than a year and beef export volume also increased from a year ago, according to data released by USDA and compiled by the U.S. Meat Export Federation. U.S. beef exports are on a record pace in 2022 and...

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  • 12
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    USMEF hopes beef exports can maintain momentum

    John Hinners with the U.S. Meat Export Federation says the Japanese, Korean, and Chinese markets accounted for more than $2 billion each this past year. “If we can continue that momentum in those markets it’s going to be a win/win for beef producers. It’s certainly exciting, (but) going to...

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  • 12
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    Amendment in the U.S.-Japan beef trade agreement to begin January 1, 2023

    United States Trade Representative Katherine Tai and Japan’s Ambassador to the United States Koji Tomita confirmed in an exchange of letters that amendments to the beef safeguard trigger level under the U.S.-Japan Trade Agreement (USJTA) will enter into force on January 1, 2023. The letters confirm that both countries...

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  • 12
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    Major Beef Exporters and Importers in 2023

    Global beef production is forecast to decrease slightly in 2023.  Beef production decreases in the U.S. and European Union will more than offset increasing beef production in Australia and modest increases in Mexico and India.  Changes in beef production and consumption will impact global beef exports and imports in...

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  • 09
    Dic

    Livestock union files injunction against food imports

    Chihuahua, Chih., The Regional Livestock Union of the state, as well as potato and apple producers from the entity, initiated two amparo lawsuits against the Opening Agreement against Inflation and Famine (Apecic) of the federal government, to stop the free importation of food, considering that its health and safety...

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  • 09
    Dic

    Meat exports fall and the situation in China worries

    The livestock sector is going through a complex moment. It is that the drought that affects a good part of the productive sector in the country puts 50% of the beef stock at risk and the closures in China due to the rise in covid cases turn on more alerts. In...

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