Beijing gives go-ahead signal to import beef from Russia


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Beijing gives go-ahead signal to import beef from Russia

On Friday, the 17th of January 2020, the Rosselkhoznadzor, Russian federal service for veterinary and Phytosanitary Supervision, had issued a public statement saying that the transcontinental world’s sixth-largest economy on PPP (Purchasing Power Parity) and the 11th-largest on nominal GDP bordered with United States at the east and central Europe at the west, had obtained the required rights to export beefs to China, while deliveries would likely to begin as early as over the weekend.

Aside from that, the Russian agency that oversees exports of animal derivatives or products, had also added on Friday (January 17th) that the pro-CCP-backed Chinese Government of President Xi Jinping had authorized two of the Russian enterprises for supplying beef meats in to the pork-loving nation’s market.

In point of fact, latest decision of Beijing came forth months after the Beijing officials had opened up its market for exports of Russian poultry meats, while a spokeswoman for the Rosselkhoznadzor, Yulia Melano, was quoted saying late on Friday (January 17th) that Beijing had chosen the Bryansk Meat Company, owned by Miratorg, alongside another producer of marbled beef in Russia, GK Zarechnoye to import beef in to the world’s second-largest economy amid an 18-month-long US-China trade war over tariffs.