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Russian beef makes foray into Chinese market

  • 2 Jun 10:50

Russian beef makes foray into Chinese market China's domestic meat lovers have been presented with a new option after Russian beef made its foray into the market. A container carrying 21.4 tons of Russian beef has recently arrived in a designated site for imported meat supervision at Shanghai Xijiao International Agricultural Product Trade Center, marking the availability of the first batch of Russian beef in the Chinese market, China's state broadcaster reported late Sunday. Calls to the trade center, a main channel for farm products trade in the Yangtze River Delta, seeking more details on the imported beef went unanswered. The new option, albeit constituting a tiny part of China's total. Read more...

Is the U.S.-China trade war beneficial for Russia?

  • 7 Aug 10:36

Is the U.S.-China trade war beneficial for Russia? While Washington and Beijing are still having a hard time finding a way out of their economic standoff, Moscow’s been busy with new opportunities that are opening up for its exporters on the Chinese market. The end of July brought good news to Moscow - Chinahad removedall restrictions on imports of soybeans from Russia, a decision that the Kremlin considers a “huge breakthrough”, as Beijing has long been restrictive towards Russian agricultural goods. Themediawas quick to tie this decision to the ongoing economic standoff between China and the U.S., who has been one of the main suppliers of soybeans to China over the past few years.. Read more...

Russian food exports to China growing

  • 7 Dec 10:03

Russian food exports to China growing In 2018 China retain—č its status as the largest consumer of food from Russia, increasing purchases compared to last year. Russian food imports to Chinese market exceeded a billion dollars, reports Xinhua with reference to the statement by the Director General of the Russian Agricultural Market Research Institute, Dmitry Rylko. The expert points out that the main Russian export items to China are fish and seafood, but the volume of grain supplies to Chinese market remains modest. The head of the National Meat Association of the Russian Federation Sergey Yushin said that Russia is capable of supplying up to 200–300 thousand tons of pork, as well as poultry. Read more...