Brazil ban expected to have little impact on Australian beef

BRAZIL has voluntarily suspended beef exports to China after discovering two cases of ‘atypical BSE’ (Mad Cow disease), according to Meat & Livestock Australia (MLA).

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Brazil's ban on beef exports to China should have limited impact on Australia.

If the suspension continues, it could have a significant impact on the global beef market, given that last year China imported approximately 2.1 million tonnes of beef, with 36.5 per cent and 20.

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