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European Union: increase in pork exports in 2016

China stands out as the main destination, with 44.9% of the total volume.

Friday 3 March 2017 (1 years 3 months 16 days ago)

In 2016, the European pork exports reached 4,139,934 tonnes, which entails a increase by 22.9% with respect to 2015.

China stands out as the main destination, with 44.9% of the total volume (1,859,565 tonnes, +63% in comparison with 2015); followed, at a great distance, by Japan, with 9.7% (399,507 tonnes); Hong Kong, with 8.8% (362,319 tonnes); South Korea, with 6.3% (259,244 tonnes); and The Philippines, with 5.2% (215,696 tonnes).

EU28 pork exports (January-December 2016)

<p>EU28 pork exports (January-December 2016)</p>

February 2017/ Committee for the Common Organisation of the Agricultural Markets/ European Union.
http://ec.europa.eu/agriculture/

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