Philippines: Livestock and Poultry Update

  |   Attaché Report (GAIN)   |   RP2023-0034

FAS Manila estimates beef production to increase slightly to185,000 MT for 2023 because of efforts of commercial farms to increase production. Beef imports are expected to increase slightly to 260,000 MT in line with population growth. FAS Manila estimates 2023 pork production to be at 975,000 MT because of the latest African Swine Fever (ASF) outbreaks in Cebu, a major supplier to Metro Manila, and Maguindanao del Sur. Pork imports, meanwhile, are estimated to be down to 525,000 MT because of high pork prices in the international market and lower demand. FAS Manila estimates 2023 chicken production to increase to almost 1.48 million MT while the 2023 chicken imports forecast is expected to increase to 520,000 MT based on increasing demand (especially with ASF cases in pigs and bird flu in layers).

Related Reports

Attaché Report (GAIN)

Malaysia: Retail Foods

Malaysia’s retail sales are projected to grow to US$1.8 billion in 2023. The Malaysian food and beverage retail market is a competitive landscape and is highly fragmented.
Attaché Report (GAIN)

Hong Kong: The Hong Kong Wonton - Volume 3 Issue 11

Bite size local news, Post reports and activity summaries wrapped by ATO Hong Kong. In this issue: First Quarter U.S. Exports Grow For the First Time in Five Years; Hong Kong’s Economy Can Grow 5.5 percent; Hong Kong Inflation Hits 2.1 percent in April
Attaché Report (GAIN)

Ghana: Ghana Climate Change Report

The impacts of climate change are beginning to manifest on the entire globe and particularly on developing countries like Ghana. The country is vulnerable to rising sea levels, droughts, increasing temperatures and erratic rainfall which adversely impacts infrastructure, hydropower production, food security and coastal and agricultural livelihoods.