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Kazakhstan to export beef to China

  • 8 Nov 09:56

Kazakhstan to export beef to China China is to open its market for Kazakhstani beef. Chinese veterinary inspectors are due to inspect five Kazakhstani beef processors in the near future, Forbes.kz reports. Maksut Baktibayev, chairman of the board of the Meat Union of Kazakhstan, told Forbes that the inspection will take place sometime in mid-November. Mr Baktibayev expects shipments of frozen beef and cattle to be launched to China in 2019. Kazakhstan did not receive export approval for beef from the Chinese authorities as the country was considered unfavorable because of the foot and mouth disease outbreaks. Forbes.kz says that after the visit of the president Nursultan Nazarbayev to China an. Read more...

US 'won't reopen imminently' to Brazil beef, says Rabobank

  • 25 Mar 08:38

US 'won't reopen imminently' to Brazil beef, says Rabobank The US looks unlikely to reopen imminently to Brazilian fresh beef exports, Rabobank said – boding well for shipments from rival origins, and prospects for Australian cattle prices to remain close to record highs. "Authorities" in Brazil believe the country will win renewed access to the US for its fresh beef exports "in the first half of the year", Rabobank said. However, "US sources believe that access will not be granted until the second half of the year," a delay which would give extra scope for Australian shipments to what has been its biggest market since 2014. Australia's beef industry is particularly sensitive to. Read more...

Three EU countries now cleared to export beef to the US

  • 2 Mar 10:47

Three EU countries now cleared to export beef to the US The Netherlands has beencleared to export beefto the US market, making it the third EU country after Ireland and Lithuania to gain access.The US market closed to EU beef imports after the BSE outbreak in the 1990s. EU Commissioner for Health and Food Safety, Vytenis Andriukaitis, said that he welcomed the move as a sign of recognition for the EU’s comprehensive andeffective measures to eradicate BSEin Europe. “I hope the US will now act expeditiously to extend the approval to all imports from the EU and I call on the remaining EU partners who still maintain restrictive measures to fully adopt recognised international standards. The EU Commissioner. Read more...