China re-opens to canadian live pigs, trade in purebred genetics can now resume

Canadian Swine Exporters Association announced that negotiations are finalized and trade in Purebred swine genetics can now resume. China halted importation last May, 2009 due to H1N1 concerns in China.
Friday 23 April 2010 (8 years 1 months 2 days ago)
Canadian Swine Exporters Association announced that negotiations are finalized and trade in Purebred swine genetics can now resume. China halted importation last May, 2009 due to H1N1 concerns in China.

It is anticipated that $30 million in live pig exports will transpire in the coming year. Canada continues to be a leader in the global marketplace. The official agreements and the Veterinarian Health Certificate between CFIA and AQSIQ for exporting to China is now official as of April 15, 2010.

http://www.canadianswine.com/

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