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Brazilian beef exports advance until the 3rd week of June

Exportação de carne bovina do Brasil avança até 3ª semana de junho
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Jun 20, 2022
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Fresh beef exports from Brazil reached 8,160 tonnes a day through the third week of June, against a daily average of 6,680 tonnes in the same full month of 2021, data from the Ministry of Health showed of Foreign Trade (Secex) this Monday. The positive performance occurs even in the face of temporary suspensions of shipments from some slaughterhouses applied by China since April, in a movement of greater rigor in the inspections of the Asian country against the coronavirus. The Chinese market is the main importer of Brazilian protein.
By Nayara Figueiredo SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Fresh beef exports from Brazil reached 8,160 tonnes a day through the third week of June, against a daily average of 6,680 tonnes in the same full month of 2021, data from the Ministry of Health showed. of Foreign Trade (Secex) this Monday. The positive performance occurs even in the face of temporary suspensions of shipments from some slaughterhouses applied by China since April, in a movement of greater rigor in the inspections of the Asian country against the coronavirus. The Chinese market is the main importer of Brazilian protein. In addition, the meat industry has significantly increased exports of the product from Brazil to the United States. In soybeans, the main product in the export basket, the daily average of shipments accumulated in June is 468.42 thousand tons, compared to 526.97 thousand a year earlier, with the highest volumes sent abroad in previous months. The availability of grains for export is also lower this year ...
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