China’s pork imports are forecast to decline

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China’s pork imports are forecast to decline for the second consecutive year in 2018 as domestic production gains reduce demand of imported pork. According to USDA, the...

China’s pork imports are forecast to decline for the second consecutive year in 2018 as domestic production gains reduce demand of imported pork.

According to USDA, the European Union, United States, and Canada will remain the principal suppliers, competing primarily on price. With relatively strong demand for processing, imports are unlikely to retreat to past levels, maintaining China as the world’s top importer of pork accounting for nearly one-fifth of forecast trade.

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