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Has China's swine sector stopped growing?
Not really. Instead of stimulating China's vast hog industry, the country's rising pork demand is starting to boost the fortunes of leading exporters.
The past year has seen an interesting change has come over the world pork market. For many decades China, which accounts for over half of world hog inventories and pork production, led an otherwise stagnant world swine market.
A lost decade for China's broiler sector
Once hailed as the country's most promising livestock line, it is being unseated by Brazil as the world's second largest poultry producer, and looks set to slump further.
Thursday, August 27, 2015
A deepening China-Brazil agribusiness connection
Deepening trade ties, Chinese commitments to invest in feed grain transport infrastructure point to a decisive turning away from traditional western suppliers.
Friday, June 19, 2015
Chinese dairy lines respond to shifting appetites
Decelerating milk output hides booming demand for UHT milk, infant formula amid diverging dairy powder production and import trends.
Wednesday, June 03, 2015
China's dairy market goes back to the future
As it returns to its pre-2008 growth path, foreign participation in the China's dairy industry is shifting away from dairy powder imports and back to capital investment.
Tuesday, April 28, 2015
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China's intimidating, world changing corn stockpile
Once rapid feed demand growth has stalled and bloated inventories hang over an otherwise balanced world corn market.
A postponed feed crop market recovery
Bumper US crop harvests and a whopping upward adjustment in Chinese corn inventories portend another year of low feed crop prices ahead.
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