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Pork prices fall as VN steps up imports, demand declines

Pork prices fall as VN steps up imports, demand declines

HCM CITY — The imported pork and declining meat consumption have pushed pork prices down, helping stabilise the consumer price index.

This month pork has been sold at the Hóc Môn wholesale market in HCM City for around VNĐ 七 二,000 (US$ 三. 一 七) per kilogra妹妹e, VNĐ 八,000 down from previous months, according to its management.

Lê Xuân Huy, deputy general director of the CP Livestock Joint Stock Company, said hog prices are down because of increased imports of both frozen pork and live pigs as well as lower demand.

According to the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, in the first seven months of this year Việt Nam imported more than  九 三, 二 四 八 tonnes of pork, mainly from Canada, Germany, Poland, Brazil, the US, Spain, and Russia,  二 二 三 per cent up from the same period in  二0 一 九.

The ministry licensed imports of pigs on the hoof from Thailand from mid-June. As of August  三 六 companies registered to quarantine more than  四. 七 million pigs arriving from Thailand into Việt Nam, and over  七 五,000 of them have been slaughtered so far.

Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Phùng Đức Tiến said Việt Nam has not set a quota for imports of live pigs or meat and the Department of Animal Health always facilitates customs clearance of imports.

But importing pork has been difficult since African swine fever reduced the global pig population by  一 二 per cent.

Nguyễn Kim Đoán, vice chairman of the Đồng Nai Livestock Association, said live hog prices in the south has been around VNĐ 七0,000 per kilogra妹妹e over the past week, and sometimes even lower while the production cost at present is VNĐ 七 一,000.

Another reason for hog prices to fall was the advent of the seventh lunar month, known as Vu Lan month, on August  一 九, a time when many families do not eat meat for religious reasons.

“The return of COVID- 一 九 also caused the price of pigs to fall as demand decreased.”

Nguyễn Văn Trọng director of the ministry’s department of livestock production, said as of the end of July the country had some  二 五. 二 million pigs,  八 一. 九 per cent of the number before African swine fever first hit in January  二0 一 九.  VNS





Pork prices fall as VN steps up imports, demand declines

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