The growing global demand for milk offers opportunities to Latin America
Publicado 20 de oct. de 2022
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La creciente demanda mundial de leche, que apunta a consolidar a India como el primer productor y consumidor mundial al 2030, abre oportunidades para América Latina, que tiene a Argentina y Uruguay como grandes exportadores, dijo el italiano Piercristiano Prazzale, presidente de la Federación Internacional de Lechería (FIL). /IDF), dijo el miércoles.
Quito, Oct 19 (EFE) .- The growing global demand for milk, which aims to consolidate India as the world's leading producer and consumer by 2030, opens up opportunities for Latin America, which has Argentina and Uruguay as major exporters, he said Wednesday. the Italian Piercristiano Prazzale, president of the International Dairy Federation (FIL/IDF). "By 2030, world trade will grow at 3% per year, and demand will be led by China, Southeast Asia and Africa. The United States will consolidate its export presence and New Zealand will have a smaller export surplus," he said during the 16th Pan American Congress. de la Leche, inaugurated this Wednesday in Quito. Prazzale added that "there is a market opportunity that could well be taken advantage of by the South American and Latin American dairy sector." He pointed out that South America "has an abundance of natural resources to become a stronger global player, although it will be limited by political and economic factors." "It is a ...