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Troubles for top beef exporters feed higher global meat prices

Top importer China may seek to replace India, Brazil with more reliable producers

India has banned the sale of cattle for slaughter on religious grounds.

TOKYO -- Fatter prices for all types of meat may be on the cards as religious and health concerns threaten to curtail supply from the world's top beef exporting countries and leading importer China seeks to satisfy its appetite with other sources.

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