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Czech Republic may adopt new pork import controls to prevent ASF spread

Spanish farming group urges government to consider similar measures

Authorities in the Czech Republic say they are considering new controls on the import of pigmeat from countries with African Swine Fever (ASF) after successfully halting an incursion of the virus earlier this year.

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