In the first two months of 2024, my country's total imports of meat and products amounted to US$3.927 billion, a year-on-year decrease of 18.29%.

Market & Price Trends
Published Apr 13, 2024

Tridge summary

In the initial two months of the year, there was a notable decline in the import of meat and products in my country, with a decrease of 18.29% in value to US$3.927 billion and a 15.40% reduction in volume to 1.0797 million tons compared to the same timeframe last year. February particularly experienced a significant drop, with a 24.28% decrease in import value and a 22.33% decrease in volume year-on-year. The major suppliers, Brazil, Argentina, and the United States, dominated the import market, making up 90.73% of the total import value, despite Brazil seeing an 8.16% decrease in its export value to my country.
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Original content

According to statistics from my country's customs, in February, my country imported US$1.682 billion of meat and products, down 24.28% year-on-year; the import volume was 466,500 tons, down 22.33% year-on-year. In the first two months, my country's cumulative imports of meat and products were US$3.927 billion, down 18.29% year-on-year; the import volume was 1.0797 million tons, down 15.40% year-on-year. In terms of market, in the first two months, the top ten countries/regions in terms of import value of meat and products in my country were Brazil, Argentina, the United States, Australia, New Zealand, Uruguay, Spain, Bolivia, the Netherlands, and Thailand, accounting for 90.73% of my country's import value of the ...
Source: Foodmate
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