Bangladesh: FAIRS Export Certificate Report

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This report contains major export certificates that the Government of Bangladesh (GOB) requires from U.S. agricultural product exporters. The Bangladesh Food Safety Authority is the national authority responsible for ensuring food safety and food regulations in the country. Bangladesh is a signatory member of the WTO and maintains a relatively liberal and open trading system. Import Policy Order 2015-18 (Link) remains in effect for trading with Bangladesh.

Bangladesh: FAIRS Export Certificate Report

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