Brazil detects form of swine fever in remote region

An outbreak of a form of a viral hog disease known as "classical swine fever" has been confirmed in the northeastern state of Cear á, the Brazilian agriculture ministry said in a statement on Monday, adding it was unlikely to hurt the pork meat trade.
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