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Australia beef exports ‘rescued’ after China ban by demand from US, South Korea

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]A slump in US beef production in May as a result of the coronavirus pandemic has "rescued" Australian beef exports hurt by a Chinese ban on four of its abattoirs, export data shows, though new demand is unlikely to last long term.The Australian state of Queensland – home of three of the four meat processors banned from exporting to China in May due to labelling and compliance issues – redirected most of its excess beef to the United States and South Korea, traditionally a big importer from the…

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A slump in US beef production in May as a result of the coronavirus pandemic has "rescued" Australian beef exports hurt by a Chinese ban on four of its abattoirs, export data shows, though new demand is unlikely to last long term.The Australian state of Queensland – home of three of the four meat processors banned from exporting to China in May due to labelling and compliance issues – redirected most of its excess beef to the United States and South Korea, traditionally a big importer from the…

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