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Agri-Food Export Council recognizes four main trading partners for Chilean forestry and agricultural exports

Published May 27, 2024

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A ceremony at the Ministry of Agriculture brought together representatives from China, US, EU, and Japan to recognize the end of the fresh fruit season and its exports. The event, held as part of the Agri-Food Export Council, focused on analyzing the Agro-Export Competitiveness Agenda and the challenges of the 2024-2025 season. The 2023-2024 fresh fruit season saw record growth of 4.24% compared to the previous campaign, with fruit exports reaching US$ 5,025 million FOB. This growth was partly due to the recent opening of the Chinese market in October 2023.
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Diplomatic representatives from the People's Republic of China, the United States, the European Union and Japan arrived at the Ministry of Agriculture to participate in a recognition ceremony, which also highlighted the end of the fresh fruit season and its exports. The occasion was held within the framework of a new session of the Agri-Food Export Council, a body in which representatives of the Chilean public-private agro-export sector participate. During this meeting, headed by the Office of Agrarian Studies and Policies, Odepa, the Agro-Export Competitiveness Agenda and the challenges of the 2024-2025 season were analyzed. Andrea García, national director of Odepa, pointed out that this council identified the main gaps regarding competitiveness in the sector and for which four subcommittees were designed: “The main one is the competitiveness commission that has worked on formulating a strategic plan where addresses the construction of a country image (…) We are also working on ...
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