Saturday, October 17, 2020 - 21:48

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Last spring, in the harshest months of the confinement imposed by the spread of Covid-19, the ports of Tarragona and Cartagena were an incessant hive of live animals.

For the first time, 100,000 lambs set sail on ships bound for Saudi Arabia,

the last and most remote point of the Middle East to join the list of countries in the region that receive Spanish live cattle.

A new and lucrative business niche, inaugurated just eight years ago, that now focuses the den

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