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The Canadian Pork Council celebrates launch of new Indo-Pacific Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada office in Manila, Philippines

Event marks a milestone for Canadian agriculture, Canadian pork industries’ global outreach

The Canadian Pork Council (CPC) celebrates the Government of Canada’s significant investment in the Asia-Pacific market by joining AAFC Minister Lawrence MacAulay in Manila to celebrate the launch of the new Indo-Pacific Agriculture and Agri-Food Office in Manila, Philippines.

This initiative, a joint venture between Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada and the Canadian Food Inspection Agency, underscores Canada’s commitment to fostering stronger ties in the Indo-Pacific region and promoting the Canadian pork industry on the international stage.

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