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The Cabinet approved Tuesday a reform bill to further strengthen countermeasures at its ports of entry against African swine fever.

The measures against the disease spreading across Asia include increased fines for illegally bringing meat products into the country and greater authority for inspectors to screen passengers’ luggage to prevent livestock infection.

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