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2011 Livestock Reports

| Livestock and Products | Beijing | China - Peoples Republic of | 10/5/2011
FAS Beijing forecasts China��s beef production in 2012 will continue to decline to nearly 5.52 million metric tons (MMT), down one percent from the year before.  Meanwhile, pork production in 2012 will rise four percent to 51.3 MMT following a three percent decline in 2011.  High prices and resumption in subsidies this summer are encouraging herd expansion and this will boost output beginning early 2012.  Lower domestic beef production will encourage higher beef imports, with sales forecast to ri...
Livestock and Products Annual_Beijing_China - Peoples Republic of_9-28-2011

| Livestock and Products | Beijing | China - Peoples Republic of | 5/18/2011
Fueled by a strong economy and consumer demand, along with a continued slide in Chinese pork production, U.S. exports of pork and pork variety meats to China have grown rapidly since summer 2010 and are expected to continue rising through 2011.  Following China's lifting of its H1N1 ban on U.S. pork in May 2010, the United States quickly retuned as China's top source for imported pork.  These sales jumped to more than 10,000 metric tons per month beginning in July 2010 and have continued at or a...
Voluntary Report_Beijing_China - Peoples Republic of_5-5-2011

| Livestock and Products | Beijing | China - Peoples Republic of | 3/16/2011
FAS Beijing forecasts China��s beef production in 2011 will continue to decline to 5.5 million metric tons, down two percent from the year before.  Meanwhile, pork production in 2011 will continue modest gains, rising to 52.5 MMT.  Lower domestic beef production will encourage higher imports, with sales forecast to jump 38 percent to 55,000 MT (CWE) in 2011.  Pork imports are forecast to rise 15 percent to 480,000 MT (CWE) fueled by moderate domestic production and robust Chinese pork demand.  Ch...
Livestock and Products Semi-annual_Beijing_China - Peoples Republic of_3-10-2011

 

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