The Bank of Central Africa predicts poor prospects for the development of Cameroon’s livestock industry in the second quarter of this year
By: Date: 2021-04-09 Categories: Internationalfood Tags: ,
  According to a report on the Investment Cameroon website on April 6, the Central African National Bank released a business cycle analysis report for the second quarter of 2021, pointing out that due to the poor regional security situation, grassland degradation, and the increase in veterinary drug prices, Cameroon, Central Africa, etc The country’s livestock industry development prospects in the second quarter of 2021 are bleak. Previously, due to the bird flu epidemic, the Cameroonian government banned the import of poultry products from Europe, Asia and other places, but the local poultry production in Cameroon has declined. Last month, Cameroon approved the resumption of importing poultry products from Brazil to make up for the shortage of products, but due to delays in delivery and other effects, the price of poultry meat products in Cameroon is expected to rise.