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Swine markets commentaries
The exports to Asia have drained the stocks and have made all the European prices grow.
All points towards the rise in prices keeping a good pace in the first forthnight of June.
In the long term, Chinese producers will have to gain access to their own processors in order to break the information barrier which prevents precision investment in the production process.
The bearish indicators still hang heavy over the industry and some have actually increased.
The first two or three weeks of April will be useful for absorbing the delayed pigs, and by the end of April the price will be able to rise, step by step, to more decent levels.