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Snarled China transport links trap pork suppliers

Foreign meat companies unable to secure containers or ship space

HAMBURG, Germany -- Demand for imported meat is at a record high in China because African swine fever has wiped out much of the country's pig herd. But exporters around the world are having trouble getting their pork into China because the coronavirus outbreak has snarled shipping links.

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