Huge spike in Chilean dairy importsThis article was originally published in Dairy Markets
Chilean imports of dairy products have soared to almost USD75 million (EUR 67 mln) in Q1, which represents a spike of 70% compared to the same period last year. But the real story hiding in the stats is a 332.5% increase in dairy imports from New Zealand, which more than trebled to USD27.51 mln in Q1, up from USD6.36 mln in Q1 2016.
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