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Argentina: The Government unlocked customs obstacles for the export of hake and shrimp to Brazil

El Gobierno destrabó obstáculos aduaneros para la exportación de merluza y langostino a Brasil
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Apr 11, 2022
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The modification for 60 days of the evaluation criteria for Argentine frozen hake was announced, which will speed up sales to Brazil and will have an immediate impact on exports from Patagonia and Mar del Plata. The business round also allowed shrimp to be included in the offers of Argentine producers The Argentine government managed to unlock an obstacle in the Brazilian customs inspection for the export of fishery products to Brazil, where the main businessmen of the sector met this Thursday with the largest Brazilian importers to increase sales of hake, shrimp and open the market to trout and mussels.
The modification for 60 days of the evaluation criteria for Argentine frozen hake was announced, which will speed up sales to Brazil and will have an immediate impact on exports from Patagonia and Mar del Plata. The business round also allowed shrimp to be in the offers of Argentine producers The Argentine government managed to unlock an obstacle from Brazilian customs inspection for the export of fishery products to Brazil, where the main businessmen in the sector met this Thursday with the largest Brazilian importers to increase sales of hake, shrimp and open the market to the trout and mussels. This was stated to Télam this Thursday by the Undersecretary of Fisheries and Aquaculture, Carlos Liberman, who headed, accompanied by the Consul General in San Pablo, Luis María Kreckler, the official mission in the business round he held at the headquarters of the powerful Federation of Industries of the State of São Paulo (Fiesp). The Government had started the mission on Wednesday ...
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