China: Draft Certificate Requirement for Imported Foods

  |   Attaché Report (GAIN)

This report is for reference only. It provides an unofficial translation of the draft measure as notified to the World Trade Organization on June 19, 2017, as TBT 1209. While the proposed date of enforcement was October 1, 2017, China granted a two-year transitional period to September 30, 2019. Please refer to GAIN report on China’s announcement. The unofficial translation of the draft was prepared in cooperation with other Diplomatic Missions in Beijing. A finalized measure is expected to be released in 2018.

China: Draft Certificate Requirement for Imported Foods 

 

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