JAPAN: Pork safeguard duties to be imposed again
Japan is expected to impose pork safeguards again, according to the latest Livestock, Dairy and Poultry Outlook from the US Department of Agriculture. The safeguard is restriction on imports that protects domestic markets, and is sanctioned by the World Trade Organisation. The safeguard, according to the US, lifts the minimum price at which pork can be imported into Japan by 25%, giving domestic product the edge.
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