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Paraguayan meat export potential presented to ASEAN ambassadors

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Meat
Singapore
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Innovation & Technology
Published Apr 14, 2024

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In a significant move to boost its meat export sector, Paraguay engaged in discussions with ambassadors from ASEAN countries, exploring opportunities to tap into their substantial meat import market, which accounts for about 750 thousand tons of beef, pork, and poultry annually. Minister Javier Giménez and Vice Minister Rodrigo Maluff highlighted the potential for foreign investment in Paraguay's meat industry during the meeting. Additionally, the talks covered energy integration, focusing on a proposed gas pipeline project through the Paraguayan Chaco to facilitate Argentina's access to Brazil and spur industrial growth in Paraguay. This initiative is part of broader regional infrastructure projects aimed at enhancing regional integration.
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Minister Javier Giménez, accompanied by the Vice Minister of REDIEX, Rodrigo Maluff, held a meeting with the Ambassadors of the member countries of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN): Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore and the Philippines. The main topic addressed was the potential export of beef, pork and poultry to these countries, since, together, these nations have a market of around 600 million people and import approximately 750 thousand tons of these products. After the meeting, Vice Minister Maluff, together with representatives of the Paraguayan Chamber of Meat, presented the sector. Next, the director of Investment Attraction of REDIEX, Santiago Bartrina, gave the presentation “Paraguay: Country of Opportunities” and explained the opportunities that our country offers for the establishment of foreign investment. ADVANCES IN REGIONAL GAS PIPELINE AND ENERGY In another order, Minister Giménez, accompanied by the Vice Minister of Mines and Energy of ...
Source: Agromeat
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