China: Procedures for Exporting U.S. Beef to China

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U.S. beef is back in China! After a nearly 14-year hiatus, Chinese consumers are again sinking their teeth into high-quality, safe, delicious U.S. beef. While there is a strong demand for U.S. beef in China, navigating the meaty regulatory requirements for both the United States and China can be daunting. This guide was prepared to assist exporters and importers generally understand the rules of the road for shipping U.S. beef to this rapidly growing market. 

China: Procedures for Exporting U.S. Beef to China


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