CANADA - Access has been opened for Canadian breeding cattle in Turkey, the Canadian Agriculture and Trade ministers have announced.
The Canadian cattle industry estimates that gaining this access, which opens immediately, will be worth $4.5 million per year, offering the potential of being a top export market for Canadian breeding cattle.
Minister of International Trade Chrystia Freeland said: "Turkey represents an important market for Canadian exporters, and I am very pleased that our government has successfully secured market access to Canadian cattle in Turkey. When our producers and exporters succeed abroad, Canadians and our middle class benefit here at home."
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