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Mainbayar Badarch

Mainbayar Badarch writes on the latest developments in the Mongolian processed food industry. He graduated from the National University of Mongolia, majoring in finance and economics in 2001, and worked as a consultant at the Mongolian Ministry of Finance from 2011-14.
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Huiyuan to build juice production lines in Weifang

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China increases beverage retail sales in first half of year

China’s domestic beverage production reached 82.4 million tonnes in H1 of 2019, up 3.3% year-on-year.

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Sino-Thai firm starts durian processing

Kunming-based Chinese financial group has invested THB700 million (USD22.7 mln) in establishing a durian processing plant in Thepha district of Songkhla province, Thailand.

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Rising Chinese demand for sugar-free tea drinks

Total retail sales of China's tea beverage market reached CNY77.6 billion (USD11.2 bln) in 2017, with a retail volume of 14.4 million tonnes. Sugar-free tea beverage volume demand was 3.7 mln tonnes in 2017, and this is expected nearly to triple to 10.8 mln tonnes in 2021, according to the New World Industrial Research Centre.

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Asian nations continue to battle against ASF outbreaks with varied strategies

Mongolia has become the latest country to register an African swine fever (ASF) outbreak.

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Vietnam starts increasing investment on local FMD vaccines

Foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) has been rampant in Vietnam and has triggered severe hardship and economic losses for the country's cattle farmers for years. Animal Pharm correspondent Mainbayar Badarch explores how Vietnam has gone about tackling the disease.

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