Agribusiness: Brazil opens markets for beef, dairy products, and genetic material

Eight markets for Brazilian agricultural products were opened in December. In 2021, the folder totaled 77 actions to open markets, which means the possibility to commercialize one new product per trade partner.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil will export beef, dairy products, poultry, and beef genetic material to new countries. According to information from the Secretariat of Trade and International Relations of the Ministry of Agriculture, eight markets for Brazilian agricultural products were opened in December.

The most recent was the possibility to export bovine fibroblasts for cloning purposes from Brazil to Argentina, which was formalized last Thursday (30) with the acceptance of phytosanitary protocols by both countries.

Still, at the end of December, Cuba allowed the entry of bovine embryos and semen from Brazil. Malaysia allowed the importation of Brazilian beef . . .

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