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China’s Changing Pork Import Mix Two key reports about China’s impact on global pork demand came out this week. The first was Rabo Bank’s quarterly report which forecast pork production in 2019 to be down 25 percent from 2018 (which the report points out is 12.5 percent of global production), and that it will take about 5 years for recovery.   A key theme of that report was the structural changes coming as the production capacity is rebuilt, but that hog feed demand will rebound more quickly than hog and pork production as this is winnowing out the small inefficient and backyard herds. As China rebuilds its swine industry it will also modernize and improve the overall infrastructure and efficiency of the sector...

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