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Chinese demand for food drives export growth in October

Wednesday 27th November 2019

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Chinese demand for animal protein because of swine fever disrupting pork supply there drove another month of double-digit export growth for New Zealand firms selling into the world’s most populous nation. Exports to China rose to $1.5 billion in October, 22.8 percent more than the same month a ye... 

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