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China restricts Canadian pork exports from 2 plants over Huawei affair


THE Canadian Food Inspection Agency reported delayed pork shipments and the suspension of permits by customs authorities in China, due to the mislabeling of packages, reported London's Financial Times.

Quebec-based pork producer Olymel LP owns one of the two plants caught up in the suspension. The plant, in Red Deer, Alberta, accounts for 1,600 of Olymel's 13,000 employees across the country. The second plant is operated by Drummond Export of Drummondville, Quebec.

Canadian pork is the latest in a growing list of agricultural products to face trade restrictions from China amid tense relations between the two countries following the arrest of Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou last year.
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