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Pork Price Plunge in China Persists

by 5m Editor
30 March 2010, at 10:21am

CHINA - Since 14 February, national pork prices have continued to drop.

The current post-hip tip pork meat and streaky pork prices have gone down by 12 per cent and 14 per cent, respectively.

According to the agricultural products price monitoring system of Xinhua News Agency, meat and egg prices fell on 27 March compared with the previous day. Vegetables, edible oil and aquatic product prices have seen slight fluctuations. Fruit prices are mainly steady, but a little bit up. Refined grains and dairy prices remain stable.

Throughout all of China's 31 provinces, pork prices have dropped since 14 February.