China - Pork exports expected to rise considerably, while swine exports to decrease

China’s pork exports in 2011 are forecast at 330,000 MT (CWE), a 19 percent increase from 278,000 MT in the previous year, fueled by strong demands in China’s export markets. Hong Kong, Japan, and Kyrgyzstan are the top three traditional Chinese export markets accounting for nearly 80 percent of China’s total shipments.
Monday 28 March 2011 (7 years 6 months 19 days ago)
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China’s pork exports in 2011 are forecast at 330,000 MT (CWE), a 19 percent increase from 278,000 MT in the previous year, fueled by strong demands in China’s export markets. Hong Kong, Japan, and Kyrgyzstan are the top three traditional Chinese export markets accounting for nearly 80 percent of China’s total shipments.

China’s live swine exports to Hong Kong and Macau for local fresh meat consumption in 2011 are expected to decline nearly three percent to 1.67 million head from 1.72 million head in the previous year due to a tight domestic swine supply. In addition, growth is limited by slaughter capacity and flat demand in these markets.

http://gain.fas.usda.gov/Recent%20GAIN%20Publications/Livestock%20and%20Products%20Semi-annual_Beijing_China%20-%20Peoples%20Republic%20of_3-10-2011.pdf

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