BEIJING — China's top economic planner said on Feb 21 the country released an additional 11,673 tons of frozen pork reserves to ensure market supply.
This was the third round of pork release from the central reserves after the Lunar New Year holiday, according to the National Development and Reform Commission.
China will continue to release its frozen pork reserves and may designate part of the supplies for regions hit hard by the novel coronavirus outbreak, it said.
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