Current pork surplus may turn into a shortage as swine raisers are rushing to sell their animals
for short-term profit in order to avoid risking greater loss from current flooding, says Pravit Asanatham, president of the Thai Pork Traders Association.
Reports state that the current over-supply has seen the swine price drop. "The severity of any shortage will depend on the government's policy, especially involving the control of live swine exports - if they these exports can be kept at an appropriate level.
(By Joyce Rainat)