Taiwan ups fines on pork from Singapore following ASF case
Taipei, Feb. 10 (CNA) Taiwan has increased its fines on pork products brought into the country from Singapore after the city-state became the 17th African swine fever (ASF)-affected country in Asia, Taiwan's Central Emergency Operation Center for ASF said in a statement Friday.
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