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Bad but could be worse: African Swine Fever spreads into Vietnam

Saturday, August 17, 2019
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Bad but could be worse: African Swine Fever spreads into Vietnam
China's southern neighbor is now experiencing ASF deaths and mass swine cullings. Domestic meat lines, feed output are all impacted, as are imports of meat and feed crops.
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