Argentina's bovine exports increased 24% given Chinese demand

China represents 65% of the total of frozen beef export for Argentina. 

Between January and July 2017 frozen meat exports to China increased 45% with a total of 47.104 tons. 

The increase of the Chinese market demand is one of the pillars of the good performance of the industry in Argentina. Moreover, the new politics for exporting meat with bone and chilled meet gives positive future predictions for the sector. Only a month after the announcement of the upcoming openness of chilled and bone meat to the Asian Gigant, expectations for Argentina are quiet big. 

In the last 12 months, bovine’s meat exports were 267.000 tons, 29% more tan the same period of 2015/2016.

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