Aussie beef fends off US challenge in South Korea
Australian beef in South Korea had remained strong, despite the re-entry of US beef into the market, Meat & Livestock Australia said this week.
MLA South Korea regional manager Glen Feist said Australian beef sales had increased by about 25% and the return of US beef had strengthened Australia's position.
South Koreans were outraged in August, making huge street protests over the government's decision...
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