China will again allow imports of U. S. pork, lifting a ban that lasted almost a year, and shipments will resume as soon as trade officials finalize export documents, U. S. agriculture and trade officials said May 18. The move will open what U. S. meat exporters have described as being their second-largest market for pork exports before Beijing halted trade last April over fears about the H1N1 flu outbreak.
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