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Beijing — The number of fresh outbreaks of African swine fever in China has dropped in 2019 and pig production is slowly returning to normal, says the country’s vice agriculture minister, amid suspicions that the full extent of the disease is not being reported.

African swine fever is deadly to pigs and there is no cure or vaccine for the disease, which has swept across China, the world’s top pork producer, since August 2018...

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