Afrik.Schweinefieber: Threatens immeasurable damage to Chinese pig market?

The outbreak of African pig fever in China last Friday could have dramatic consequences.
It is the first time that this epizootic disease has broken out in Far East Asia. It is assumed that untreated leftovers were fed. China has the largest herd of pigs in the world. In Europe, Russia and the sub-Saharan zone, cases of African swine fever occur again and again.
In China, 1,000 pigs have been culled to contain the disease. One hopes to keep everything under control. Analysts fear but a huge damage, if that fails.
This outbreak is the last problem of Chinese pigmeat, which previously suffered from a rapid structural change. The government had promoted the construction of modern large-scale facilities and pushed back pig farms in backyards. The result was that production increased so much that the meat supply significantly exceeded the slowdown in demand and prices fell to the bottomless.
Meanwhile, it is hoped that this crisis will be overcome and that demand will pick up again from October.However, boars have now transferred the African pig fiber, which usually ends fatally for the affected animals. There is no vaccine. People can not get infected.

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