China beef imports expected to decrease in Q2 2022


In China, beef imports are expected to fall in Q2 this year, hurt by the slow recovery of food service and logistics/transportation, and strict Covid-19 policy. Rabobank said these reasons will make traders hesitant to import a large volume of beef in the short term and will slow down imports. Mean...

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