Argentina: The secretary finally visits China in the hope of unblocking the relationship and achieving some delayed health concessions

Published Jun 20, 2024

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The government has announced that a previously postponed trip to China by national officials will occur in early July, led by Secretary of Bioeconomy Fernando Vilella. The mission's goal is to enhance Argentina's agricultural trade with China, particularly by opening the bovine offal market and securing sanitary approvals for refrigeration plants. The delegation will also visit Japan and Korea to discuss meat export conditions. These negotiations are vital for the future of Argentine agriculture.
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The government confirmed that the long-awaited trip of national officials to China, which weeks ago was suspended due to “internal issues” in that country, will finally take place at the beginning of July. The Secretary of Bioeconomy, Fernando Vilella, will be the one who heads this mission, on which many expectations of the private sectors fall. Although the general title of the tour is a meeting between the Ministers of Agriculture that make up the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC), and the representatives of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs of China, the true objective of the portfolio that led by the former dean of Fauba is to unblock the relationship with the Asian giant - of great importance for the future of Argentine agriculture - and achieve certain health concessions in terms of exports that are visibly delayed and give room for certain suspicions. As Bichos de Campo learned, one of the main points to be addressed has to do with the ...
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