Brazil seeks to add to meat lead in ‘05

Jan 3, 2005
Brazil’s meat industry is looking to consolidate on a spectacular year of growth in 2004, cementing its position as the world’s largest meat exporter. Beef, chicken and pork exporters saw orders grow despite a recent import ban by Russia, its largest client, and continuing restrictions on Brazilian meat in the Far East. Meat shipments are expected to total $5.8 billion in 2004, some 42 percent higher than 2003, with physical sales expected to reach 4.2 ...

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