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Singapore lifts ban on Belgian pork

Christian Fernsby |
Singapore lifted ban on the import of Belgian pork, which was established following the adoption of the African swine fever in wild boar in Etalle.


That said the minister of Agriculture, Denis Ducarme on Saturday.

After the discovery of African swine fever in the southern part of the province of Luxembourg, in December 2018, 25 countries have an embargo on the import of Belgian pork, while in the pig sector, protected only by the African swine fever.

After India and Vietnam, and their ban lifted for all of the non-affected Belgian regions, following Singapore.

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