China Vanke, the nation’s third-largest home builder, is poised to make an unlikely move into pig farming. Photo: Reuters China Vanke, the nation’s third-largest home builder, is poised to make an unlikely move into pig farming. Photo: Reuters
China Vanke, the nation’s third-largest home builder, is poised to make an unlikely move into pig farming. Photo: Reuters

Developer China Vanke moves into pig farming as property fails to bring home the bacon

  • According to job vacancies advertised on its website, China Vanke is planning to breed 250,000 pigs a year as it aims to sell pork and other foods
  • The move comes as Chinese developers struggle to turn a profit amid a slumping property market

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China Vanke, the nation’s third-largest home builder, is poised to make an unlikely move into pig farming. Photo: Reuters China Vanke, the nation’s third-largest home builder, is poised to make an unlikely move into pig farming. Photo: Reuters
China Vanke, the nation’s third-largest home builder, is poised to make an unlikely move into pig farming. Photo: Reuters
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