Brazil's ABPA submits proposal to raise chicken export prices to China

BRAZIL (Reuters) - Brazilian meat industry association ABPA on Wednesday formally submitted a proposal to raise prices for chicken exports to China, in a bid to lift anti-dumping deposits on the Brazilian product, an attorney representing the group said
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Claudia Marques, a partner at MPA Trade Law, said in an interview that China's Ministry of Commerce will now formally say whether it accepts the terms proposed by ABPA. The anti-dumping deposits on Brazil's chicken exports into China range from 18 percent to 38 percent, Marques said.

Reporting by Ana Mano Editing by Chizu Nomiyama

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