China: FAIRS Export Certificate Report

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This report lists the major export certificates required by the Chinese government for imports of food and agricultural products. After a fourteen year hiatus, in 2017, China reopened its market and issued new procedures allowing U.S. beef imports. In November 2017, China also reopened the market for U.S. live horses. Although proposed, no significant changes in Chinese export certificate requirements occurred in 2017. For more information on changes in overall import requirements, see the latest China Food and Agricultural Import Regulations and Standards Narrative Report.
 

China: FAIRS Export Certificate Report

 

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