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The Meat Import Uncertainty

Monday, February 26, 2024

Problems in meat imports indicate the return to the quota regime. Permits are issued late, and the volume allocated is only one-third of what is asked.

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ANOTHER letter was sent to the office of the Coordinating Ministry for the Economy in Lapangan Banteng, Central Jakarta, on Wednesday, February 21. The senders were four meat business organizations, namely the Indonesian Animal Protein Entrepreneurs Association, the Indonesian Meat Importers Association, the Indonesian Meat Distributors Association, and the Indonesian Meat Processing Industry Association. They asked the government to immedia


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