Why does Malaysia ban chicken export?

Malaysia has banned the export of chicken from June 1 to ensure that there is sufficient supply in the domestic market. The supply issue comes ahead of Malaysia’s ban on the export of poultry from Jun 1 to ensure that there is sufficient supply in the domestic market. Singapore imports about 34 percent of its chicken from Malaysia, almost all of which are brought in as live chickens which are then slaughtered and chilled locally.

Which country exports chicken the most?

The top exporters of Poultry Meat were Brazil ($5.59B), the United States ($3.93B), Poland ($2.61B), the Netherlands ($2.36B), and Thailand ($921M).

The top importers of Poultry Meat were China ($2.99B), Germany ($1.79B), the United Kingdom ($1.34B), France ($1.27B), and Hong Kong ($1.08B).

Does China export poultry?

In 2020, China exported $549M in Poultry Meat, making it the 10th largest exporter of Poultry Meat in the world. At the same year, Poultry Meat was the 477th most exported product in China. The main destination of Poultry Meat exports from China is Hong Kong ($419M), Macau ($46.4M), Malaysia ($31.3M), Mongolia ($19.5M), and Cambodia ($7.95M).

The fastest-growing export markets for Poultry Meat in China between 2019 and 2020 were Cambodia ($6.68M), Austria ($723k), and Ireland ($612k).

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