Environmentalists protest against pork pact being negotiated between Argentina and China

Environmental organizations reject the possible installation in Argentina of gigantic pig farms for the purpose of exporting meat to China, among other reasons, because of the "high sanitary risk" that this large-scale practice would entail.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Environmentalist organizations protested this Wednesday in Buenos Aires against an agreement between Argentina and China for large-scale pork production in the South American country.

The environmental groups mobilized to the headquarters of the Chinese embassy in Buenos Aires. They expressed their repudiation of the pork agreement being negotiated with China and warned about the "collapse" the planet is approaching due to the climate and ecological crisis.

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