Hungarian Pig Export Incentives Threaten Slovenian Breeders
Ljubljana, 7 April - Because the government did not pass the protection measures for imports of pork from Hungary last Thursday, the neighbouring country increased its export incentives for pork and live stock last weekend. That means that after months of persisting gap between retail and breeding prices the domestic market of pork will die away completely, is convinced the association of pig breeders.
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