South Korea agrees to open market to Irish beef

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South Korea has agreed to open its market to Irish beef for the first time.

The development comes after intensive negotiations between Korean authorities and the Department of Agriculture Food and the Marine, including a visit to South Korea by Minister for Agriculture Charlie McConalogue as part of a trade mission last year.

"South Korea was designated as a priority market for Irish access for Irish beef and my Department has been active in pursuit of this objective for many years.

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