Hungary, Taiwan discuss goose trade
Gyula Budai, Hungaryʼs government commissioner for managing the impact of the Russian embargo on Hungaryʼs farm sector, has held talks with the chief secretary of Taiwanʼs agriculture council and the head of the countryʼs quarantine office.
Budai told Hungarian news agency MTI on the telephone from Taipei yesterday that the aim of the talks was to ensure audits of Hungarian companies that want to export goose to Taiwan take place in April or May, at the latest.
Much of Taiwanʼs poultry stock was wiped out by bird flu, and demand is up for waterfowl, which has created an opportunity for Hungarian companies, he added.
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