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    Uruguay sees record high exports in 2022

    Uruguay’s goods exports grew 16.5 percent in 2022 to reach a record high of 13.36 billion U.S. dollars, the country’s trade promotion agency Uruguay XXI said Tuesday.Each of the first eight months of 2022 registered year-on-year increases, while the last four months saw drops in exports, the agency said...

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    Production trends to impact U.S. red meat exports in 2023

    U.S. beef production is expected to decline in 2023, due to drought-driven contraction of the U.S. cattle herd. While tight beef supplies will impact export volumes, Halstrom explains that this will also expand opportunities to aggressively market underutilized beef cuts.   Click here to read full note: https://www.nationalhogfarmer.com/marketing/production-trends-impact-us-red-meat-exports-2023

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    Brazil and China will lead global beef trade in 2023

    In 2022, Brazil exported 2.2 million tons (Mt) (through the end of November), twice as much beef as the next largest exporter, the US. Between them, this represents a third of the total beef traded globally and Brazil and the US also have significant market shares in the largest...

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    Paraguay leaves the top 10 of the largest meat exporters

    Paraguayan meat will reduce its participation in international trade in 2023 and as a consequence it was excluded from the top 10 of the largest exporters. This behavior responds above all to a decline in the bovine population. Brazil remains the leader with 2,975,000 tons of equivalent carcass weight (cwe)...

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    A sector on alert: beef exports continue to record monthly drops in volumes and prices

    The local meat sector does not raise its head. Added to the inflationary pressure, rising costs and the drought, is now the drop in the volumes of beef exported during the months of September, October and November. Also international prices recede. In this regard, the monthly report prepared by the Chamber of Industry and...

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    2022 was a good year for US beef exports

    Despite challenges, U.S. beef has sold well in other countries. That’s the message shared at the Minnesota Cattle Industry Convention by John Hinners, senior vice president, industry relations, with the U.S. Meat Export Federation (USMEF). “We could be close to a $12 billion export value on U.S. beef when...

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    BRI cooperation creates new opportunities for Latin American beef

    Latin America is China’s largest import market for beef — with the import volume increasing at a rapid rate. According to Uruguay’s commerce ministry, China’s beef imports from the country increased by 26 percent in the first half of 2022. Since 2015, more than half of Uruguay’s beef has...

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    The Government offered changes to be able to apply a new commercial system

    As of January 15, Argentina should stop delivering meat to butcher shops for half cattle of more than 80 kilos that operators carry on their shoulders. In its place, instead, it would have to be distributed with pieces of no more than 32 kilos. However, after in a technical meeting officials from...

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    The countryside and the economy facing the challenge of mitigating the impact of the drought in 2023

    The year begins with more questions than certainties. The only thing that is clear so far is that the economy will have to face the effects of the drought, which has already reduced the exportable balance of wheat, complicates the corn and soybean campaign -more than that- and has livestock...

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    27 Uruguayan meat companies will be able to export frozen bones to China

    The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Uruguay has announced through its social networks that 27 Uruguayan meat companies have received the go-ahead from the Chinese administration to export frozen beef bones to this Asian market. The qualification has been carried out under the new CIFER registration regime and has...

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