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25 June 2019 By Christopher Beddor

The outbreak has sent prices of the meat up 18% in May from a year earlier. The surge is likely to get worse, even if overall inflation remains stable. It is already encouraging a lasting shift among the world’s top buyers – one that might even complicate a trade war compromise.

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