Caribbean Basin: FAIRS Annual Country Report The Bahamas

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This report outlines the current regulatory situation in The Bahamas for imported food and agricultural products. U.S. suppliers should be aware, however, that The Bahamas is undergoing a transition in terms of its regulatory environment. The country has enacted several new laws in order to modernize its Sanitary and Phytosanitary (SPS) regime as it moves ahead toward WTO accession. Therefore, U.S. suppliers can expect regulatory changes in the years ahead as The Bahamas implements new laws and regulations. However, this report highlights the current regulations for imports of food and agricultural products.

Caribbean Basin: FAIRS Annual Country Report The Bahamas

 

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