With its large population and expanding economy, Indonesia has long been a market that held significant promise for U.S. beef exports. While the U.S. industry has achieved some success in Indonesia, however, restrictive import policies have made it difficult for U.S. exports to reach their full potential.
With domestic beef in short supply and prices rising, Indonesian officials recently announced an easing of beef import restrictions, which comes as welcome news for U.S. exporters
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