China would invest $3.5 bn for pork production in Argentina

This week the Memorandum of Understanding between Argentina and China could be signed to boost the growth of the local pork sector and then export pork to China. Investments could exceed $3.5 billion over the next six years. It would accompany by the construction of 25 integrated units in several provinces where they will install feed processing plants, biodigesters, hatcheries, cold storage, and effluent treatment plants. Today, Argentina’s pork production is around 700,000 tons and could double.

Source: Ámbito