Ireland - Tough times for Irish meat exports

Irish exporters struggled to compete with supplies from the UK market, where the average price in euro terms fell by 7% due to sterling weakening. Volume shipments to the UK declined by 5% as a result, but the UK market share of total Irish exports remained unchanged at 51%.
Monday 19 April 2010 (8 years 5 months 6 days ago)
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Irish exporters struggled to compete with supplies from the UK market, where the average price in euro terms fell by 7% due to sterling weakening. Volume shipments to the UK declined by 5% as a result, but the UK market share of total Irish exports remained unchanged at 51%.

Pork exports from Ireland were 7% down on 2008 at 76,200t, despite a 12% increase in shipments to EU markets, led by strong demand in the UK.

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