China's beef consumption is growing by 2.2% in the year

The according to Forbes richest woman in the world, which has Australian Gina Rinehart, in Western Australia, bought a cattle ranch and thus continued to invest in agricultural systems. The industrialist has mainly investments in mining and now obviously wants to benefit from the recent live cattle agreements with China.
The purchase of the "fossil downs cattle station" in the Kimberley region, Rinehart, owned a 400,000 hectares of arable land, brings comprehensive farm with a herd of 15,000 animals. Although it is not the largest cattle ranch in Australia, your location for export is China important. The port Brome, one of the largest ports of Australia, is 400 km away. So, Rinehart could benefit from the deal completed last week between Australia and China, which has sealed the first export of live cattle for slaughter in China. Are expected in the next few years $2 billion with an export volume amounting to A p.a..
China's beef consumption is currently growing by 2.2% per annum, faster than the consumption of pork or poultry meat. The Rabobank expects that only 80% of the Chinese of beef and veal consumption from domestic production is generated in the year 2025. Currently, there are 85%.

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