The Liaison Table will decide tomorrow whether to commercialize meat again

The presidents of the entities that make up the Liaison Table will meet tomorrow virtually to decide whether to maintain the halt to the commercialization of livestock in rejection of the temporary suspension of beef exports continues or not.

The president of the Rural Society (SRA), Daniel Pelegrina; that of Rural Confederations (CRA), Jorge Chemes; that of Coninagro, Carlos Iannizzotto; and the Agrarian Federation (FAA), Carlos Achetoni, they will hold a meeting to define the steps to follow.

Although they still did not agree on what will happen, sources from the entities considered that “the cessation is likely to continue” if the government measure adopted in the face of the sharp rise in domestic prices that suspends meat exports for 30 days, which led to a strike is not lifted. of commercialization of animals arranged by the Mesa de Enlace.

The lock out began last Thursday and will extend, in the first instance, until 24 hours on Friday.

What is not defined is whether other activities, such as grains, will be coupled to the measure of strength.

During the protests, members of the meat chain, especially the export sector, held negotiations to unblock the conflict and reopen exports.

As they assured the Télam agency, both from the public and private sectors, there is a “permanent contact” and “negotiations continue” although a new meeting between the parties has not yet been arranged.

Meanwhile, the Chamber of Slaughterers and Suppliers (Camya) warned that there could be shortages in the butchers to continue the measure of force.

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