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Boost in US pork exports could reduce China trade deficit by almost 6%: ISU economist

Analysis shows potential benefits of zero-tariff access for pork to China

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Zero-tariff access for US pork to China could reduce the trade deficit with China by almost 6% over the next decade, the National Pork Producers Council (NPPC) said, citing an analysis by Iowa State University (ISU) Economist Dermot Hayes.

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