China: FAIRS Export Certificate Report

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This report lists the major registration requirements and export certificates required for food and agricultural exports to the People’s Republic of China. The country’s import documentation requirements are dynamic, with the Chinese government still in the process of transferring registration and certification functions to the new competent authorities created through the 2018 government reorganization. In 2019, China released two major pieces of food and agricultural import related regulation: 1) the Implementing Regulations of the 2015 Food Safety Law and 2) draft overseas facilities registration measures designed to replace AQSIQ Decree 145. For more information on the new regulations as well as a comprehensive look at China’s import requirements, please see the latest China Food and Agricultural Import Regulations and Standards (FAIRS) Narrative Report.

China: FAIRS Export Certificate Report


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