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Rabobank: Battle for China’s pork market continues

In the 1st quarter of 2018, global pork supply is forecast to increase further, mainly driven by the US, Canada, and Brazil. China’s pork imports have been slowing down lately, but are expected to pick up again over the rest of the year.
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