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China’s hog prices set to rise further as more African swine fever outbreaks reported

China reported two new outbreaks of African swine fever within a week, after the authorities tried to calm the market saying "outbreaks are slowing". Analysts say there are signs that hog prices are resuming gains after recent fluctuations and some believe the rising trend will last until 2021.

On Saturday, China’s southwestern Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region confirmed a new outbreak of African swine fever (ASF), the Ministry of Agriculture . . .

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