Russian pig farmers expect serious competition in the Chinese market

Frozen Pork Ham & Shoulder
Published Dec 11, 2023

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Russian pig farmers are working to obtain certification to export pork to China, where they expect to face tough competition. The Russian government is working with Chinese authorities to open the market and is studying pig-breeding enterprises in regions with no African Swine Fever outbreaks. The goal is to develop 10% of the Chinese import market in the next few years, despite expecting tougher competition than in other countries.
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The lifting of restrictions on the export of Russian pork to China was followed by certification and certification procedures, without which export remains impossible. Russian pig farmers expect that after certification they will be able to bring their products to the Chinese market and will face tougher competition than in the meat markets of other countries. Rosselkhoznadzor is consistently and systematically working to open the Chinese market. To begin supplies, the parties need to draw up a bilateral veterinary certificate, and for this, Russian enterprises need to undergo certification, according to the message of the Federal State Budgetary Institution "Agroexport", which was reviewed by Experts expect that they will be able to occupy up to 10% of the Chinese market, but they will have to face serious competition. At the moment, pig-breeding enterprises in regions where no ASF outbreaks have been recorded for a year are being studied by the Chinese delegation, ...
Source: Agronovosti
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