CHINA/US: Tyson exec upbeat despite China bans
US meat processor Tyson Foods has said China's recent ban on products from two of its plants will not affect its growing sales in the country. The Tyson plants were struck off a list of eligible exporters to China last month because of salmonella contamination in poultry. At the weekend, China also suspended certain meat imports from US groups Cargill and Sanderson Farms.
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