Canada To Resume Exports Of Beef & Pork To China

The Communist State is facing a massive shortage of pigs, as African swine flu decimates their ability to produce.

Justin Trudeau has announced that Canadian exports of beef and pork to Communist China will be resuming.

Trudeau made the announcement on Twitter:

“Good news for Canadian farmers today: Canadian pork and beef exports to China will resume. Thanks to Ambassador Barton and the Canadian meat industry for their work on re-opening this important market for our meat producers and their families.”

Notably, Canadian canola exports are still banned.

The Trudeau government will obviously try to take credit for this, but the reality is that China is facing an immense shortage of pork, as millions of pigs have been killed due to the African swine flu.

As a result, China is desperate for meat products, leading to today’s move.

It also must be said that Canadian Citizens Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor are both still imprisoned, with no sign of any progress towards their release.

Spencer Fernando

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Shlomo
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Shlomo

It should be “release the prisoners and we will feed you” situation…. but it’s a complex matter NOBODY outside of the Laurentians really knows anything about.

NancyW
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The Chinese have also bought more than usual meats and grains from Brazil, who is their largest supplier now, these are probably just a temporarily short time purchases until their swine are well again, lets hope not we can sure use this help.

Brian Mellor
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Brian Mellor

Canada needs to charge a premium price for this product.

Eric Blair
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What Trudeau ought to have said to the Chinese is “you can received our pork and beef products if you release the two Michaels”. But saying that to the Chinese requires a backbone and Trudeau needs a backbone transplant.

Sue
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Does this mean we are doing business with Huawei?

shawn harris
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It’s nice to see that Trudeau could find some time away from from his surfing in Tofino BC, to announce that our pork and beef will once again be allowed for sale in China. Nowhere in his statement to the press did he say or demand the release of Spavor and Kovrig before one pound of meat will be shipped to China. Trudeau by trying to have it both ways, appeasing China by not making legitimate demands for the release of Kovrig and Spavor while giving the false appearance of being a shrewd negotiator to get our meat for sale… Read more »