BEIJING (Reuters) – China’s customs said it has banned imports of pigs, wild boars and related products from Indonesia due to African swine fever.  The deadly disease has swept across China itself since being first detected in the country in August last year, slashing the world’s top pig herd by more than 40%.

Beijing has issued a series of measures to boost pig production, while maintaining strict prevention and control measures to prevent new outbreaks of the disease.

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