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Chile: the signing of the CPTPP favours pork exports

Chile, together with other 10 countries, signed the free trade agreement, that favours national pork exports. It is expected that the exports to Japan grow by 10-15% in the next years.

Wednesday 4 April 2018 (1 years 9 months 16 days ago)
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The Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) is an economic agreement that includes 11 nations: Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Perú, Singapore and Vietnam.

“Thanks to the reduction of the ad valorem tariff, to 2.2% as of the first year, and to 0% as of the tenth year since the enforcement of the agreement, together with a decrease in the gate price, it will be possible to introduce, in the Japanese market, cheaper pork cuts that could be competitive in this market”, explains Mr. Juan Carlos Domínguez, the Executive President of the Chilean Meat Exporters Association (ExpoCarnes).

The pork shipments to the CPTPP countries reached USD141 million in 2017, with Japan being the first destination in terms of value, with USD116 million, this representing 25% of the Chilean pork exports. “With the agreement under way, the shipments could increase by 10-15%”, Mr Juan Carlos Domínguez reckons.

Tuesday, March 13th, 2018/ ASPROCER/ Chile.
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