Staff in protective gear are seen at the Sheung Shui slaughterhouse in Hong Kong’s New territories, which closed for the second time in a month following the latest case of African swine fever. Photo: Sam Tsang

Swine fever to hit pork market for years to come as millions of pigs are culled, say experts

  • The disease has already hit most provinces in China, reducing pork production by 30 per cent according to some estimates
Topic |   Food and agriculture

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Staff in protective gear are seen at the Sheung Shui slaughterhouse in Hong Kong’s New territories, which closed for the second time in a month following the latest case of African swine fever. Photo: Sam Tsang
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