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Opportunity, peril for US pork industry as China ASF outbreak rages

Continued vigilance on ASF at USDA, internationally

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As efforts to prevent African swine fever (ASF) continue in the US and internationally, the ongoing outbreak in China could provide a boost to US pork exporters – if current tariffs and other trade barriers are lifted.


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