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China Could Lift Ban On U.S. Poultry And Accept More Pork In Trade Deal

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China Could Lift Ban On U.S. Poultry And Accept More Pork In Trade Deal

China Could Lift Ban On U.S. Poultry And Accept More Pork In Trade Deal

According to Reuters, China is expected to lift a ban on U.S. poultry as part of a trade deal and may buy more pork to meet a growing supply deficit; however, two sources with knowledge of the trade negotiations said that China isn't willing to allow a prohibited growth drug used in roughly half the U.S. hog herd.

China has suffered huge losses in its hog herd due to African swine fever, leaving the world’s largest pork market facing a protein deficit.

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14, 2019, PHOTO, CHINA OUT MANDATORY CREDIT




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