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Agriculture Report

More Canadian Beef in Taiwan

By Manny Paiva

Canada and Taiwan sign arrangement to expand market access for Canadian beef.


Length: 1:07

There's a new agreement that allows more Canadian beef into the lucrative Taiwanese market.

Canada and Taiwan have signed an arrangement to expand market access to include Canadian bone-in beef and other specified beef products from animals under 30 months of age.

The federal government says the arrangement will level the playing field for Canadian beef producers and generate more export opportunities.

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