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Asia is the main destination of the EU pork exports

China is the main destination, with 32.5% of the total exports (and a rise by 38% with respect to 2014). Japan imports 9.7% of the total exports; South Korea 8.7%; and Hong Kong 8.1%.

Monday 7 September 2015 (3 years 1 months 10 days ago)
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The last data of the EU Management Committee regarding pork trade show an increase by 3.6% in the exports during the first semester of 2015 in comparison with the same period in 2014. In total, during the first half of 2015, a total 1,404,263 tonnes have been exported.

We must highlight the importance of the Asian markets, China being the main destination with 32.5% of the total exports (and a rise by 38% with respect to 2014), followed by Japan, with 9.7% of the total exports; South Korea 8.7% and Hong Kong 8.1%. We can also see an increase of the pork exports to Australia by 38%, although this market only represents 2.6% of the total exports.

Thursday, 27 August 2015/ Committee for the Common Organisation of the Agricultural Markets/ European Union.
https://circabc.europa.eu

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