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Jana Sutenko

Jana Sutenko joined the IEG Vu team in September 2017 as a News Analyst, focusing on the Meat & Livestock and Dairy markets.

Originally from Lithuania, Jana speaks a number of languages fluently. She has a BA in International Journalism and an MA in International Relations from universities in Liverpool and London, UK and has produced content on a range of subjects across a variety of multimedia platforms.

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Iraq allows imports of Polish beef

Iraqi authorities have lifted a ban on beef and cattle from Poland after the European country secured an upgrade to its status for bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) earlier this year.

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Cheese for China? First stirrings of consumption boom

China could become a big cheese market in the future, but still faces big challenges.

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UK pigmeat exports no longer driven by China

UK pigmeat exports to China rose by just 4% in the first ten months of 2017, far below the 55% increase registered in 2017.

Shipments to China reached 35,058 tonnes in the period – accounting for about 17% of total UK pigmeat exports.

Hogs & Pork United Kingdom

Cases of Salmonella in EU poultry on the rise

EU efforts to combat Salmonella appear to have suffered a setback after years of progress, with new figures showing a rise in the number of cases in humans and increased prevalence in poultry.

Europe Poultry

HKScan invests in Estonia plant

HKScan, Finland’s biggest meat producer, invests EUR8 million in its Group Rakvere plant in northern Estonia to satisfy growing demand for ready-to-eat products in the Baltics.

HKScan Estonia

Mobile abattoirs proposed in Australia

Mobile abattoirs could be permitted to operate in the Australian state of Victoria under proposals put before lawmakers this week.

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