A new U.S. Department of Agriculture "Global Agriculture Information Network" (GAIN) report suggested that despite low official reported cases of African swine fever (ASF) and robust recovery efforts in the second half of 2019, overall swine production and slaughter in China will remain depressed in 2020 and may be further complicated by COVID-19. However, the report suggested that there will be sufficient market incentive and political stimulus to push forward with recovery efforts. As a
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