Nicaraguan Beef Exports to Honduras in Danger

On March 28, certifications granted by Honduras to Nicaraguan beef processors will expire.

Friday, March 20, 2009

The president of the Nicaraguan Chamber of Beef, Onel Pérez commented in that although the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry asked for the renewal of the export certificates two months ago, Honduras has refused to inspect the processing plants.

The entrepreneur also said that as a result, "beef exports to that country (Honduras) will be halted just as that country had been trying to do, at first through arbitrary sanitary measures."

After coffee, beef is the most exported Nicaraguan product, having generated sales of $210.7 million in 2008.

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Restrictions by Honduras, Guatemala and Panama on Nicaraguan beef exports have caused a reduction in revenues of about $60 million for exporters, who are demanding reciprocal measures to those countries.

Since 2010, Nicaraguan farmers have failed to collect about $60 million in profit due to the restrictions imposed by the authorities of Honduras, Panama and Guatemala on importing meat from Nicaragua, said industry leaders in the El Nuevo Diario.

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