Paraguayan Meat Chamber is evaluating the volume and tariffs for Canada

Published May 19, 2024

Tridge summary

The Paraguayan Chamber of Meat is planning to expand into the Canadian market, following President Santiago Peña's positive reception from Canada regarding meat exports. The exact export volumes and tariff reviews are under consideration. The initial shipments are expected to mirror those to the US, with a focus on boneless meat for the hamburger industry. This announcement follows a meeting between President Peña and local businessmen.
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«We are adding. We are very happy for this excellent notice. Also seeking to continue with the situation of opening new markets,” declared the head of the Paraguayan Chamber of Meat, Randy Ross Wiebe. The president acknowledged that although at the moment they do not know how much they will export to Canada, they will soon begin reviewing the tariffs to determine the volumes and first shipments. However, the estimate points to a similar number to that sent to the United States. In this sense, the first two shipments were 50 and 25 tons respectively. Ross announced that the export to Canada will be ...
Source: Agromeat
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