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Beef producers fight for Chinese market
May 14, 2018   
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Polish beef producers will commence their battle to secure market access to China next week as they are joining the diplomatic offensive of EU agriculture commissioner Phil Hogan aimed at lifting the Chinese embargo on the European beef, the daily Rzeczpospolita writes.
The stakes are high as domestic beef producers export 88% of their production, and exports to the Muslim countries and Israel are now under the question mark as the ruling party Law and Justice (PiS) is seeking to ban the controversial ritual slaughter of livestock, prescribed both in Islamic and Jewish law.
The Polish mission to China could do with the support of the country's top authorities, but neither President Andrzej Duda nor PM Mateusz Morawiecki or agriculture minister Krzysztof Jurgiel are planning to join the delegation, the daily observes.
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