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Indonesia opens market for beef imports from Argentina and Brazil

Friday, April 24th 2020 - 07:08 UTC
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The Indonesian government is easing rules on imports of some food commodities as it moves to secure food supply amid the global coronavirus outbreak The Indonesian government is easing rules on imports of some food commodities as it moves to secure food supply amid the global coronavirus outbreak

Indonesia has issued permits to import 20,000 tons of beef from Brazil or Argentina, the Trade Ministry’s director-general of domestic trade, Suhanto, told parliament on Thursday

Suharto said state companies PT Berdikari and PT Perdagangan Indonesia have been appointed to carry out the imports

The Indonesian government is easing rules on imports of some food commodities as it moves to secure food supply amid the global coronavirus outbreak and ahead of the Islamic fasting month

Last month, the trade minister said Indonesia was importing 170,000 tons of water buffalo meat to fulfill demand for meat.

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