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Articles Tagged ‘China’

Landmark beef export protocol signed by Ireland and China


A number of important advances have been made in the development of Irish exports of beef, seafood and thoroughbred horses to China. Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Michael Creed, met with Minister for Chinese Quarantine and Inspection Service, Zhi Shuping (today, April 18), marking the second formal bilateral meeting between the two men.

Alltech hosts unique dairy event between Ireland and China


Prestigious members of the Chinese dairy industry met with leading figures in Irish agriculture this week at Alltech's European headquarters in Dunboyne, Co Meath. The meeting was designed to encourage closer collaboration between China and Ireland, particularly with regard to their dairy industries.

China lifts ban on Irish beef

Chinese market


Following the recent launch of Irish beef in the US for the first time in more than 15 years, China has also lifted its ban on Irish beef.

Chinese market opens to Irish beef


Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Michael Creed, has announced the opening of the Chinese beef market to exports from Ireland.

Irish Government will attend China International Import Expo 2018


As part of the week-long agri-trade mission to China and Hong Kong, the Minister for Agriculture Food & Marine, Michael Creed, today (Thursday, May 17) oversaw the signing of a memorandum of understanding, committing to an Irish presence at the China International Import Expo taking place in November 2018 in Shanghai.

Minister welcomes progress on beef access application


Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Michael Creed, has welcomed a very positive and constructive engagement with Mr Zhi Shuping, the senior Minister with responsibility for the Quarantine Inspection Service in China (AQSIQ). The Minster is a key contact for Ireland when it comes to the negotiation of access for Irish agri-food products to the Chinese market.

Minister's 'hugely successful' trade mission continues


Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Micheal Creed, has desribed the Chinese leg of his Asian trade mission as 'hugely successful'. The Minister attended approximately 20 separate events, spread over three days in Beijing and Shanghai, which have a combined population of around 46 million people.

New food business with Chinese studies programme


Minister for Agriculture, Food and Marine, Michael Creed, has launched a new University College Dublin (UCD) bachelor of agricultural science degree programme entitled food business with Chinese studies.

Premier Li visits sustainable farm in Mayo

Premier Li


The visit to an Irish beef and dairy farm by Premier Li of China has been described by Bord Bia as another important step in securing further market opportunities for Irish exporters in this high-potential market.