European Union, Israel and Taiwan were the markets that most valuable for Paraguayan meat exports

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The highest value export markets for Paraguayan meat are the European Union, Israel and Taiwan. These countries were the best average price destinations obtained by exporters at the end of the third quarter of the year, according to the report of the Meat Commission of the Rural Association of Paraguay (ARP).

Based on data from the National Animal Health and Quality Service (SENACSA).

Between January and September of this year, the best average prices were recorded in the European Union with USD 7,535 a tonne, Israel con USD 5,759 a tonne and Taiwán with USD 5,323 la tonne.

Another markets that paid good prices for the Paraguayan product was Chile with USD 5,194 a tonne, with this country remaining the main destination for domestic beef exports.

External trade in meat is having one of its best years because of a firm demand factor and an improvement in the average prices on the international market.

The main destinations of the product were Chile with a 41% stake, Russia with 24% incidence and to complete the podium is Brazil with 9%.

The other markets in importance for shipment volumes were Taiwan with 9%, Israel with 6%, Uruguay with 2%, Kuwait with 2%, and the remaining with 7% participation.

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