China to Sell More Pork From Reserves to Stem a Rally in Prices

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(Bloomberg) — China will sell more frozen pork from state reserves as it seeks to contain rallying prices after the top consumer of the meat halted imports from dozens of overseas producers.

The Asian nation will sell 20,000 tons of pork on Friday, according to a statement by the China Merchandise Reserve Management Center. It also offered 20,000 tons on June 23, bringing total sales from state reserves to 430,000 tons so far this year, according to data from the center, which oversees meat stockpiles.

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