Increase in meat export from Brazil
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Increase in meat export from Brazil.

In the fourth week of March, Brazil achieved a trade surplus of $2 billion(Increase in meat export Industry from Brazil). In the fourth week of March, Brazilian foreign trade saw a surplus of $2.07 billion, as per data from the Foreign Trade Secretariat of the Ministry of Development, Industry, Commerce, and Services (Secex/MDIC). Total trade activity during this period amounted to $11.84 billion, comprising exports of $6.96 billion and imports of $4.88 billion. Released on Monday, March 25th, the Preliminary Partial Trade Balance for the month revealed promising indicators for…

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Brazilian meat processing plants
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Brazilian meat processing plants

Brazilian meat processing plants. The number of Brazilian meat plants that can export to China rises to 146. In the year marking the 50th anniversary of Brazil’s diplomatic ties with China, an additional 38 Brazilian meat processing plants have received approval to export meat and related products to the Asian nation. This announcement came from China’s General Administration of Customs (GACC) to Brazil’s Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, and Food Supply (MAPA) on Tuesday, March 12, 2024. The newly cleared facilities include eight chicken and 24 livestock slaughterhouses, one bovine processing…

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Brazil expanding trade with Europe.
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Brazil expanding trade with Europe.

Brazil expanding trade with Europe. Lula receives president of the European Economic and Social Committee Oliver Röpke is in Brazil as part of the close cooperation between the Committee and Brazil’s Council for Sustainable Economic Social Development, and of the resumption of the EU-Brazil Round Table. On Wednesday morning, April 10th, Brazil’s President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva welcomed Oliver Röpke, the president of the European Economic and Social Committee, along with the European Union ambassador to Brazil, Marian Schuegraf. Alexandre Padilha, the chief minister of Brazil’s Institutional Relations Secretariat…

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