Compensation Requested for the Obstacles Regarding Nicaraguan Meat Exports
The Cattle Commission of Nicaragua is demanding that its government petition Costa Rica and Honduras for compensation.
Monday, February 9, 2009
The livestock farmers of Nicaragua, represented by the National Commission of Cattle Raisers of Nicaragua, are exhorting their government to call for compensation regarding the obstacles to beef exportation.
The country has the conditions to export meat to Europe at the same prices as Brazil, the world's largest producer.
Authorities have agreed with their Panamanian counterparts to seek ways to make it easier for Nicaraguan meat to gain access to Panama's market.
The main factors are a herd of 5.8 million head of cattle, programs which give impetus to the activity, and the opportunities provided by the AA with the EU.
Government and producers are analyzing imported Honduran products that could be affected by tariff measures, in response to restrictions on beef exports.
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