China to ban direct sales of imported animal feed

Foreign companies and individuals will not be allowed to directly sell imported animal feed and feed additives in China, a draft regulation made public said.
Wednesday 24 February 2010 (8 years 6 months 26 days ago)
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Foreign companies and individuals will not be allowed to directly sell imported animal feed and feed additives in China, a draft regulation made public said.

It states that foreign companies and individuals should establish sales subsidiaries in China or entrust a Chinese agency to sell animal feed or feed additives in the country. These should be packed and labeled eligibly and subject to inspections and quarantine of Chinese entry-exit inspection and quarantine bureaus. Exporters of animal feed or feed additives to China for the first time should submit an application for registration.

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