Paraguayan gov’t wants no more red tape from US on beef exports

Paraguayan authorities insisted this week before the US Embassy that there were no sanitary impediments for the northern country to welcome beef shipments from the South American nation, only red tape was hindering progress in that regard.

President Mario Abdo Benítez and other officials conveyed to US Ambassador Marc Ostfield the urgency to add meat cuts to the current bilateral trade during a meeting Tuesday in Mburuvicha Róga. Also attending the event were Ministers Julio Arriola (Foreign Affairs) and Óscar Llamosas (Finance) as well as José Carlos Martin, head of the National Service of Animal Quality and Health (Senacsa), and Cabinet Chief Hernán Huttemann.

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