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China Doesn’t Need That Much Pork After Record Imports This Year

  • Overseas purchases next year may drop 30%, says Rabobank
  • Beef imports seen strong on rising consumption in homes

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Pork imports by the world’s top consumer may fall as much as 30% next year as the recovery of China’s hog herd from African swine fever exceeds expectations, Pan Chenjun, a senior livestock analyst with Rabobank, said on Tuesday.