Uruguay: Uncertainties in China hamper dairy sales

Published Jun 2, 2023

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Updated 18 hours and 9 minutes ago The vice-president of Conaprole, Alejandro Pérez Viazzi, was part of the official delegation of Uruguayan businessmen who participated in the last SIAL fair in Shanghai, where new business opportunities were explored. In dialogue with Carve radio's Added Value, Pérez Viazzi said that it is difficult to project what could happen with demand and China's positioning for dairy demand because the Asian giant's consumption is "very stable" after the shock of the pandemic . “They have an expectation of growing 2% or 3% in the demand for liquid milk. They don't see growth in processed products like yogurt, which are more expensive. Either way, they have huge growth potential. The Chinese economy continues to have some difficulty growing in terms of its exports. Certainly this year and part of next year it will be difficult to sell dairy products in this region”, he considered. Anyway, the vice president always seeks to take advantage of instances like ...
Source: Milkpoint
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