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South Korea: ‘Daegu Agricultural and Marine Products Wholesale Market’ relocation project gaining momentum

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South Korea
Innovation & Technology
Published Apr 20, 2024

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Daegu City has been chosen for the 'Public Wholesale Market Facility Modernization Project' by the Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs, receiving 90.4 billion won in government funds out of a 409.9 billion won total project budget. This initiative aims to upgrade the Daegu Agricultural, Fisheries and Livestock Wholesale Market by moving to a new location in Habin-myeon, Dalseong-gun, and constructing a facility equipped with advanced logistics, including a joint delivery center, and low-temperature auction and storage rooms. The project seeks to solve existing problems of congestion, safety, and inefficiency, while improving infrastructure to support higher processing volumes and online transactions.
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Daegu City is expected to gain momentum in the Daegu Agricultural, Fisheries and Livestock Wholesale Market relocation project by securing government funding for the public wholesale market facility modernization project. Daegu City plans to create a wholesale market for agricultural, fish, and livestock products equipped with an advanced logistics system with a budget of 400 billion won, including national and municipal funds. Daegu City announced on the 14th that it had been selected as the implementer of the ‘Public Wholesale Market Facility Modernization Project’ hosted by the Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs and secured 90.4 billion won in government funds. Daegu City submitted a facility modernization plan to improve the Daegu Agricultural, Fisheries and Livestock Products Wholesale Market at the end of last year, and received the first written evaluation and the second on-site inspection and presentation evaluation in February and March. It underwent a ...
Source: Fisheco
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