The Hungarians are promoting their Mangalitsa (and other products) in Asia. You can see this here.
Hungary produces excess Mangalitsa. The Asians love pork and although they have lard-type breeds (one of which I'm hoping we can preserve in the USA), they don't have big and tasty ones like the Mangalitsa in mass production.
I was talking with some guys in the Spanish jamon business recently. The current understanding is that Asia - particularly Japan and China - is where they'll be exporting in the next few years. There's tremendous growth potential.
Traditional Yunnan ham
Interestingly, China's Yunnan cuisine already includes cured pork.
Soft pork is a typical problem in developing countries (that fat above is probably yellow and soft) - explaining why the Spanish and Hungarians will find a ready market for their consistently high-quality products.
Based on a phone call I had today, I won't surprise me if Wooly Pigs is the first American company to export lard-type pork to Asia.