Hopes for Irish beef ban in China to be lifted

Hopes for Irish beef ban in China to be lifted

The Taoiseach says negotiations are at an advanced stage on lifting the ban on Irish beef into China.

Enda Kenny says his meeting with the Chinese Premier could not have been more positive today.

Mr Li Keqiang, his wife Professor Cheng and Chinese Ministers are on a two day tour - today they visited a farm in Mayo where they saw Irish cattle first hand.

Hopes for Irish beef ban in China to be lifted

Mr Kenny says he hopes Irish beef will be imported into China in the very near future.


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