The Ministry of Agriculture in Brazil wants to expand meat exports to the African Union

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Published Feb 25, 2024

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Brazil's Minister of Agriculture and Livestock, Carlos Fávaro, has announced plans to expand the country's meat market to the African Union, following a request from President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva. The move, aimed at creating new business opportunities and boosting the Brazilian economy, is expected to generate increased demand for exports. In 2024, Brazil plans to open 15 new markets, building on the 78 market openings in 39 countries achieved in 2023.
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The Minister of Agriculture and Livestock, Carlos Fávaro, said that the ministry will dedicate efforts to expanding the meat market for the African Union. The statement was made yesterday, the 23rd, during an event in Vila Bela da Santíssima Trindade, in Mato Grosso, the ministry reported. According to the ministry, the initiative came from a request from President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, who identified the commercial opportunity with the region during bilateral meetings with leaders of African countries. Lula traveled this month to the African continent, with commitments in Egypt and Ethiopia. “Minister Carlos Fávaro explained that the opening of new markets generates demand for the export of products, opens new businesses and reflects positively on the Brazilian economy”, said the ministry in a statement released this Saturday, 24. According to the ministry, in 2024 alone, Brazil will have already opened 15 new markets. In ...
Source: Mixvale
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