Chinese pork imports could reach record levels of as much as 4.6 million tonnes next year, Dutch financial services firm Rabobank said this month. Photo: Reuters
Chinese pork imports could reach record levels of as much as 4.6 million tonnes next year, Dutch financial services firm Rabobank said this month. Photo: Reuters

China set to receive first shipment of chilled pork from Argentina in move to offset African swine fever

  • African swine fever has forced China to increase its pork imports, which could reach record levels of as much as 4.6 million tonnes next year
  • Argentina announced it had clinched a deal in April to access the world’s biggest pork market, with the first shipment containing 26 tonnes of pork cuts

Chinese pork imports could reach record levels of as much as 4.6 million tonnes next year, Dutch financial services firm Rabobank said this month. Photo: Reuters
Chinese pork imports could reach record levels of as much as 4.6 million tonnes next year, Dutch financial services firm Rabobank said this month. Photo: Reuters
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