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2010 Livestock Section

| Select | Annual Report | Livestock and Products | Beijing | China - Peoples Republic of | 10/4/2010
FAS Beijing forecasts China��s beef production in 2011 will continue to decline to 5.45 million metric tons in 2011, down two percent from the year before.  Meanwhile, pork production will continue modest gains next year, rising to 51.5 MMT.  Lower domestic beef production will encourage higher imports, with sales forecast to jump 20 percent to 30,000 MT in 2011.  Pork imports are also forecast to rise fueled by robust Chinese pork demand. China��s live cattle imports are expected to double in 201...
Livestock and Products Annual_Beijing_China - Peoples Republic of_9-24-2010

| Select, Select, Select | FAS Beijing 2010 | Livestock and Products | Beijing | China - Peoples Republic of | 5/3/2010
FAS Beijing forecasts China��s beef production in 2010 will fall five percent due to a continued fall in China��s cattle herd.  High Chinese beef prices will boost beef imports, with beef imports forecast to jump one-third to 30,000 metric tons (MT).  Beef exports are forecast to slide 25 percent to 28,000 MT due to high Chinese beef prices.  Rising swine and productive sow inventories and a stronger Chinese economy in 2010 will boost Chinese pork production four percent to 50.6 million MT.  Despi...
LIVESTOCK AND PRODUCTS SEMI-ANNUAL_Beijing_China - Peoples Republic of_3-2-2010

| Chinese Government Purchases Pork to Support Local Prices | Livestock and Products | Beijing | China - Peoples Republic of | 4/19/2010
CCTV has reported local governments are now purchasing pork for state reserves in an attempt to reverse a steady decline in Chinese pork prices since the Chinese New Year holiday.  Under the Hog Price Alert Program launched in 2009, the central government typically begins purchasing pork for reserves when the hog to grain price ratio falls below 6:0 for four weeks.  While no official announcement of the purchases has been made, industry officials believe they are at the direction of central auth...
Chinese Government Purchases Pork to Support Local Prices_Beijing_China - Peoples Republic of_4-12-2010



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