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Tag: Beef imports

  • Tuesday, November 27th 2018 - 08:59 UTC

    US and Argentina ready to sign a two-way fresh beef deal

    “We are negotiating the reopening to happen over the days ahead,” said Marisa Bircher. “All the technical and administrative questions have been settled.”

    Argentina is on the verge of signing a deal with the United States that would allow two-way trade of fresh beef for the first time in nearly two decades, the country's international trade secretary, Marisa Bircher, said. The agreement, expected to be signed within days, would simultaneously open beef imports to both countries, Bircher told Reuters in an interview.

  • Tuesday, November 27th 2018 - 08:03 UTC

    Brazil's Minerva and Alibaba agree on five-year beef supply deal to China

    Alibaba's Minerva beef supply contract is worth roughly US$ 100 million per year, with each of the five others amounting to a similar figure

    Brazilian food company Minerva SA has signed memorandums of understanding with China's Alibaba and another five clients in the world's most populous nation to supply frozen beef for a period of five years.

  • Wednesday, May 30th 2018 - 08:43 UTC

    Argentina set to expand fresh beef exports to Japan and China

    Minister Etchevehere said Argentina prides itself on the quality of its beef, and aims to carve out a significant portion of the Japanese market.

    Argentina is set to expand fresh beef exports to Asia, with Japan and China having already approved import deals, the country's agriculture minister said. Luis Miguel Etchevehere in Tokyo said that Argentina has signed a deal with the Japanese government under which Tokyo will authorize imports of fresh beef from Argentina by late July. His country has also inked a beef export agreement with Beijing.