Largest Indonesian Livestock Importer Says Restriction on Aussie Cattle Import Unlikely to be Lifted Soon
Santori, the largest livestock importer in Indonesia is moving its operations to China. The move was prompted by Jakarta's restriction on live cattle importation following Canberra's own live export ban in 2011.
Bruce Warren, executive of Santori, said restrictions on the import of Australian cattle to Indonesia have little chances of being lifted in the near future, prompting Santori to sign an agreement to construct a feedlot in China's Shandong Province.
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