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The Mexican government recently announced that it has begun exporting pork to the nation of Singapore. The first shipment of 22 tons was shipped from Ensenada, Baja California across the Pacific Ocean at the end of October.

The Spanish News Agency EFE reported that in 2012 Mexico has begun exporting pork to China and Japan.

The pork being shipped to Singapore is currently being processed in the state of Sonora.

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Visduh Nov. 12, 2012 @ 7:51 p.m.

We can only wonder how much of that "pork" is seasoned with cannabis/pot/grass, AKA marijuana. The Singaporeans are most down on drugs of any sort. Smuggling drugs into that little nation is a capital offense, and not a few not-so-smart folks have found themselves dangling from a rope for doing just that. Maybe this will bring an end to some of the cartel chiefs careers, with a penalty that neither Mexico or the US is willing to impose for drug smuggling.

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