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2011 Poultry Reports

| Poultry, Meat, Broiler, Poultry, Eggs | 2011 | Poultry and Products | Beijing | China - Peoples Republic of | 9/26/2011
FAS Beijing forecasts China��s broiler meat production in 2012 will continue modest growth, rising nearly five percent to 13.8 million metric tons (MMT) from an estimated 13.2 MMT in the previous year.  Meanwhile, China��s broiler meat imports will decline 13 percent to 200,000 metric tons (MT) following a 20 percent decline in 2011.  Anti-dumping (AD) and countervailing duties (CVD) placed on U.S. products in 2010 continue to limit imports.  Higher Chinese pork and broiler meat prices will encour...
Poultry and Products Annual_Beijing_China - Peoples Republic of_9-19-2011

| Poultry, Meat, Broiler, Poultry, Eggs | 2011 | Poultry and Products | Beijing | China - Peoples Republic of | 9/20/2011
FAS Beijing forecasts China's broiler meat production in 2012 will continue modest growth, rising nearly four percent to 13.8 million metric tons (MMT) from an estimated 13.2 MMT in the previous year.  Meanwhile, China's broiler meat imports will decline 13 percent to 200,000 metric tons (MT) following a 20 percent decline in 2011.  Anti0dumping (AD) and countervailing duties (VCD) placed on U.S. products in 2010 continue to limit imports.  Higher Chinese pork and broiler meat prices will encour...
Poultry and Products Annual_Beijing_China - Peoples Republic of_9-15-2011

| Poultry and Products | Beijing | China - Peoples Republic of | 3/22/2011
FAS Beijing forecasts China's broiler meat production in 2011 will continue modest growth, rising nearly four percent to 13 million metric tons (MMT).  Meanwhile, China's broiler meat imports will decline 20 percent to 230,000 metric tons following a 28 percent decline in 2010 with sales limited by anti-dumping duties (AD) and countervailing duties (CVD) placed on U.S. broiler products in 2010.  Higher Chinese pork and broiler meat prices will encourage higher imports of U.S. turkey meat
Poultry and Products Semi-annual_Beijing_China - Peoples Republic of_3-9-2011

 

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