China’s pork production in 2019 could drop by more than 25 per cent from last year because of the African swine fever outbreak, an analyst said. Photo: Reuters China’s pork production in 2019 could drop by more than 25 per cent from last year because of the African swine fever outbreak, an analyst said. Photo: Reuters
China’s pork production in 2019 could drop by more than 25 per cent from last year because of the African swine fever outbreak, an analyst said. Photo: Reuters

China’s US pork imports could soar as part of efforts to resolve trade war

  • Imports of the meat could rise to 300,000 tonnes in 2019, sources say
  • Total will be affected by outbreak of African swine fever, which has devastated hog production in China

Topic |   US-ally trade wars
China’s pork production in 2019 could drop by more than 25 per cent from last year because of the African swine fever outbreak, an analyst said. Photo: Reuters China’s pork production in 2019 could drop by more than 25 per cent from last year because of the African swine fever outbreak, an analyst said. Photo: Reuters
China’s pork production in 2019 could drop by more than 25 per cent from last year because of the African swine fever outbreak, an analyst said. Photo: Reuters
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