Thailand: Thailand's Beef Market

  |   Attaché Report (GAIN)   |   TH2021-0052

Beef consumption has increased in Thailand over the last few years, and local cattle production will not be able to meet the increase in demand. The majority of imported beef comes from Australia and New Zealand due to lower prices through free trade agreements with the United States being the fourth largest supplier of beef products to Thailand.

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