Minister for Agriculture Simon Coveney has said that he expects China to allow Irish beef in for the first time next year.
Coveney is beginning a trade mission to China today after a difficult week in agriculture, which saw farmers mount a one-day nationwide blockade of meat factories in a row over falling prices.
Coveney said that broadening access to markets like China was part of the plan to get the “best price” for beef...
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