Peru puts meat exports on the agenda for an official visit to China

Published May 17, 2024

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The Peruvian Minister of Agriculture, Ángel Manero, announced that the upcoming official visit of Peruvian President Dina Boluarte to China in June, the sixth since Boluarte's election in December 2022, will focus on discussing the export of meat, with potential revenues reaching up to $4,000 million in the medium term. This visit is anticipated to occur before the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Forum (APEC) leaders' summit in Lima in November, during which Chinese President Xi Jinping is expected to inaugurate the port of Chancay, marking China's most significant port commitment in Latin America.
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The Peruvian Minister of Agriculture, Ángel Manero, indicated in a press conference with Prime Minister Gustavo Adrianzén, that the agenda of the official visit to China scheduled for next June includes 29 points to be discussed and the most recent one incorporated. is the export of meat, which could mean up to 4,000 million dollars in the medium term. “The president is going to China in June,” said Minister Manero, referring to Boluarte's possible trip in which they plan to talk with Chinese President Xi Jinping. It would be the sixth since the president, involved in several tax investigations for alleged corruption and illicit enrichment, assumed power in Peru in December 2022. If the visit to China takes place, it would occur before the summit of leaders of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Forum (APEC) that will be held in November in Lima and at which, according to Peruvian authorities, President Xi could also be present. Peru has stated that the presence of the Chinese ...
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