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New memorandum of understanding between the Australian and Chinese meat industries

Australia’s Minister for Agriculture Bridget McKenzie welcomed the finalisation of a new memorandum of understanding between the Australian and Chinese meat industries.

Thursday 26 September 2019 (1 months 22 days ago)
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The Australian Meat Industry Council has signed the China Australia Red Meat Agreement (CARMA) with the China Meat Association.

The MoU sets out a way for our respective industries to work cooperatively to strengthen food safety processes. It also enables bilateral exchanges to improve our joint technical knowledge, marketing and research and development outcomes.

Tuesday September 24, 2019/ Australian Government/ Australia.
https://minister.agriculture.gov.au

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26-Sep-2019amir.robbinsamir.robbinsChina Meat Association,a private enterprise focus on fee for meat infos in China,not a state-owned affiliate .Their words is nothing but words itself.
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