Switzerland: U.S. Bovine Semen Exports Grow with Removal of Trade Barriers

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With the removal in January of 2014 of a 5 CHF duty per straw, U.S. bovine genetic exports to Switzerland have been on the rise. Though the total value of exports is still relatively low, U.S. bovine genetics are capturing a larger share of the market with significant potential for further growth. Although barriers to greater exports continue as Swiss suppliers seek to limit imports, the outlook is bright.

Switzerland: U.S. Bovine Semen Exports Grow with Removal of Trade Barriers

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