Morocco: Sanitary Decree for the Importation of Animals and Animal Products

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The following report is an unofficial translation of the Decree which implements Law Number 24-89 on Veterinary Sanitary Measures for the importation of animals, animal products, products of animal origin, animal propagating products, and seafood and fresh water products. This has the impact on $22 million of U.S. products. This decree was amended in 2005, the amendment was not notified to the WTO. 

Morocco: Sanitary Decree for the Importation of Animals and Animal Products

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