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Five other beef export plants hoping for approval to sell frozen boneless beef into this rapidly growing market.
By Paul Mooney on 19 April 2018
Industry-wide plan needed to make Irish beef big in China; getting the right system for dairy-to-beef; Crop Protection; and milk price supports welcome.
By Justin McCarthy on 19 April 2018
The significant investment was announced by FrieslandCampina CEO Hein Schumacher on a recent visit to Beijing.
By Lorcan Allen on 19 April 2018
"It translates into an excellent opportunity for the Irish beef sector, from farmers through to processors" – Gerry Coughlan, Kilnamanagh, Dublin 24.
By Letters to the Editor on 19 April 2018
A weekly selection of global news stories that affect demand, supply and prices.
By Lorcan Allen on 19 April 2018
Irish beef is poised to join dairy and pig meat in the Chinese markets once the final administrative formalities are completed in the coming days.
By Phelim O'Neill on 18 April 2018
Eoin Lowry asks director of Asia with Bord Bia James O’Donnell how important the Chinese market is for Irish beef.
By Eoin Lowry on 16 April 2018
 Ireland wins European beef exporters’ race to China
The huge market could be a game-changer for the Irish beef trade.
By Michael Keaveny on 16 April 2018
Chinese market opened up to Irish beef
The opening of the Chinese market to Irish beef is the result of several years of negotiations.
By Michael Keaveny on 16 April 2018
US wheat futures was the major mover of the week as a result of ongoing weather concerns in key wheat-growing states.
By Stephen Robb on 10 April 2018
Good week/bad week: winners and losers in farming this week
We look back at who had a week to remember in the farming world and those who had a week to forget.
By Michael Keaveny on 07 April 2018
Rising trade tensions between the world’s two largest economies may open the door for Irish beef in China.
By Lorcan Allen on 05 April 2018
China is to impose tariffs on many products, and this should, in theory, help European pigmeat exporters.
By Contributor on 05 April 2018
Grain markets are mostly in the green this week as geopolitical trade risks and USDA reports drive future prices northwards.
By Stephen Robb on 03 April 2018
Phelim O'Neill looks at how the Trump-China trade issues could have an effect on Ireland.
By Phelim O'Neill on 04 April 2018
Fonterra may be the world’s largest dairy exporter, but all is not well at the New Zealand dairy giant, writes Lorcan Allen.
By Lorcan Allen on 29 March 2018
The growing risk of a global trade war between the US and China has rattled global stock markets.
By Lorcan Allen on 23 March 2018
 Irish Farmers Journal breakfast bulletin: Schmallenberg and beef to China
In the news today: Schmallenberg virus taking its toll, new Credit Union loans and China could be open for Irish beef soon.
By Michael Keaveny on 22 March 2018
Tánaiste Simon Coveney has stated that he believes Ireland will commence beef exports to China in the coming months.
By Hannah Quinn-Mulligan on 22 March 2018
New route to China strengthens agri-trade – Coveney
Tánaiste Simon Coveney has welcomed the announcement of a new direct route from Ireland to China.
By Hannah Quinn-Mulligan on 15 March 2018
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