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Meat exports from the UK rose sharply in value in 2008, figures released by government body UK Trade and Investment, have revealed. Exports in the nine months from January to September 2008 were up 27% to £809m year-on-year, largely driven...
An increase in domestic production has led to the first-quarter value of fresh and frozen meat imports into the UK, excluding pork, dropping significantly. The value of the beef import trade has fallen 23% and sheepmeat is down...
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