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China, global pork supply disrupted by continual swine fever outbreak

 

Saturday, May 4, 2019
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China, global pork supply disrupted by continual swine fever outbreak
African swine fever's impact on China - a major pork producer which accounts for around half of the meat's global output - had dented world supplies and drove up prices.
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