China to release 15,000 T of pork from reserves

The aim is to stabilise pork prices
calendar icon 15 September 2022
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China will release 15,000 tonnes of frozen pork from state reserves on September 17, reported Reuters, citing a notice issued on Wednesday by the reserves management center.

The state planner said this week it would release some reserve pork to keep prices stable ahead of the upcoming holidays, when demand for the nation's staple meat typically rises.

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