China adds pork, mutton, beef onto import reporting list from April 1

China's Ministry of Commerce on Tuesday announced it had included pork, mutton, beef and their by-products onto the list of bulk agricultural products required for import reporting as of April 1.
Wednesday 16 February 2011 (7 years 4 days ago)
China's Ministry of Commerce on Tuesday announced it had included pork, mutton, beef and their by-products onto the list of bulk agricultural products required for import reporting as of April 1.

Chinese importers of those products will be required to report their imports to the country's Chamber of Commerce for Import &Export of Foodstuffs, Native Produce &Animal By-Products, said a statement of the ministry.

The list of bulk agricultural products required for import reporting currently includes soybean, rapeseed, soybean oil, palm oil, among others.

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