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Malaysia lifts ban on some chicken exports, including free rangers

Broilers still under embargo as Ukraine war triggers global feed shortage

Malaysia is lifting a ban on some chicken exports including free-range chicken and black chicken.

KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) -- Malaysia on Wednesday said it would now allow the export of certain chicken products, partially lifting an export ban imposed on June 1.

The Southeast Asian nation, which supplies live chickens mainly to neighboring Singapore and Thailand, had halted the exports of chickens until prices and production stabilize, amid a growing global food shortage.

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