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China poised to become Australia's largest beef market

CHINA is on the verge of becoming Australia's largest beef export market as Chinese consumers shift away from pork in the wake of African Swine Fever (ASF), according to a leading animal protein analyst.

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 Rabobank senior animal proteins analyst for China, Chenjun Pan while on-farm near Roma, Queensland. Picture courtesy Rabobank.

Rabobank senior animal proteins analyst for China, Chenjun Pan while on-farm near Roma, Queensland. Picture courtesy Rabobank.

Rabobank's senior animal proteins analyst for China, Chenjun Pan, said with the Chinese pig herd halving over the past year to 200 million pigs as a result of ASF, the increase in demand for other meats,...

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