Seamus Carr said approval would have a "significant impact" on the business
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Northern Ireland pork exports to China 'could be worth £10m a year'

Northern Ireland pork has been provisionally approved for export to China, a move the industry has said will be worth £10m a year to the economy.

Final approval is expected once the two companies intending to export complete additional work at their factories.

BBC News NI Agriculture Correspondent Conor Macauley reports.

  • 30 Nov 2015