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China’s high pork prices are dropping, but African swine fever still poses a threat to supply

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Although pork prices in China have reached their lowest point in more than a year and a half, stabilising the nation’s pork supply remains a challenge amid risks of a possible second wave of the devastating African swine fever, analysts say. The wholesale price of pork, a staple food among Chinese households, has fallen for nine straight weeks, touching 33 yuan (US) per kilogram this week, which was close to the level in August 2019, according to data from the Ministry of Agriculture and…

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Although pork prices in China have reached their lowest point in more than a year and a half, stabilising the nation’s pork supply remains a challenge amid risks of a possible second wave of the devastating African swine fever, analysts say. The wholesale price of pork, a staple food among Chinese households, has fallen for nine straight weeks, touching 33 yuan (US$5) per kilogram this week, which was close to the level in August 2019, according to data from the Ministry of Agriculture and…

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