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China’s pork output recovered ‘higher than expected’ last year after African swine fever ravaged 2019

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]China’s pork output posted a sharp recovery last year after the sector was decimated by an incurable hog disease in 2019, official data showed on Monday.China’s 2020 pork output fell by just 3.3 per cent from a year earlier to 41.13 million tonnes after plunging by 21 per cent in 2019, the National Bureau of Statistics said.But some analysts said they had expected a much bigger fall in 2020 after the African swine fever ravaged China’s breeding stock in 2019.China’s stock had fallen by an…

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China’s pork output posted a sharp recovery last year after the sector was decimated by an incurable hog disease in 2019, official data showed on Monday.China’s 2020 pork output fell by just 3.3 per cent from a year earlier to 41.13 million tonnes after plunging by 21 per cent in 2019, the National Bureau of Statistics said.But some analysts said they had expected a much bigger fall in 2020 after the African swine fever ravaged China’s breeding stock in 2019.China’s stock had fallen by an…
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