Oman opens market to buy live cattle from Brazil

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Published Feb 23, 2024

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Oman has opened its doors to Brazilian exports of live cattle for slaughter and fattening, marking the 14th new market for Brazil this year and bringing the total to 93 since President Lula's third term began. In 2023, Brazil exported $488 million worth of live cattle to 23 countries. Last year, Brazil's agricultural trade with Oman earned $330 million, largely from meat exports, especially chicken. The Brazilian delegation in Oman is also exploring other potential commercial partnerships and government cooperation, including food security and investment in Brazil's program to convert degraded pastures.
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Oman has opened its market to exports of live cattle from Brazil for slaughter and fattening in the Middle Eastern country. The information on the health approval and the consequent authorization for commercialization in this new market for Brazilian livestock were passed on to the Brazilian delegation, which is in Oman, this Thursday (22/2). “This new market adds to the other 14 opened this year, totaling 93 since the beginning of last year, during President Lula's third term. At the request of Minister Carlos Fávaro, we continued our mission in the Middle East, visiting some countries with the aim of expanding Brazilian agricultural trade, opening new markets, obtaining approvals for plants through the pre-listing system and negotiating the import of nitrogen fertilizers”, he highlighted. the Secretary of Commerce and International Relations, Roberto Perosa, in a note. In addition to him, the deputy secretary, Julio Ramos, and the director of Trade Promotion and Investments, ...
Source: Beefpoint
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