China raises pork tariffs on higher domestic supply


China will impose a higher tariff on imported pork next year. A Reuters report said that expanded domestic production and lower demand for pork imports are behind the move. From the current 8%, the Most Favored Nation duty will return to 12% on January 1, 2022. "Adjusting rates on time can help sec...

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Editor, Asian Pork Magazine, Manila, Philippines. Isa is the in-house expert on African swine fever, as her deep knowledge on the subject is imbued in articles such as, ‘Strategic testing and extraction help farms survive ASF’.