The government presented a new export scheme for beef, with a new quota for beef sales abroad of 50% of the average monthly volume exported in 2020, and imposed a ban until 31 December 2021 on exporting the cuts most consumed domestically. In addition, in the next 30 days the Livestock Plan will be launched by the Ministries of Productive Development and Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries. The medium-term objective will be to increase meat production from the current 3.2 million tonnes to 5 million tonnes per year. The government's idea is that of this amount, 3 million tonnes will be destined for the domestic market and 2 million for export. The government's decision is insufficient for the protests. The government also announced that controls on the export sector will be tightened. In particular, the new measures were promoted to avoid possible under-invoicing and to discourage illegal manoeuvres. Finally, the government announced that every day of the week there will be accessible cuts, with prices up to 45% lower than current values.