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Headlines in the July 2019 Issue:

USDA forecasts Chinese herd to fall by 21% in 2019
Global market confused by volatile US & EU prices
Seasonal fall in EU prices but exports stay strong
Canadian exporters owe it all to the Chinese in May
US pork exports rebound in May, but still –ve YTD
OZ pork exports drop off the cliff, imports take off
After a blip, Japan’s imports continue to rise in May
Korea’s imports slide across the board at mid-year mark
Pig prices rise as ASF hits China’s herd and availability

Plus short reports on: on ASF in Poland, Bulgaria, Slovakia, Hungary, Laos, Viet Nam and China; the UK campaign to warn tourists and travellers about ASF; the demand for ducks in China; Brazilian pork exports; Cargill closing feed plants in China.
On the back page there is the price monitor for 18 countries and the chart of the week – the key exporters of pigmeat in world trade, and the short view of pig prices in the USA, EU and China in the next four weeks.

33 charts and tables in this issue!

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