Romania: FAIRS Export Certificate Report

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Romania applies European Union (EU) regulations on imports of animal and non-animal products from the United States. The legislation on export certification is generally harmonized at the EU level. Romanian legislation applies to the minor categories on which requirements are not harmonized. This report should be read in conjunction with the EU FAIRS Export Certificate Report, as it provides comprehensive information about export certificates. 

Romania: FAIRS Export Certificate Report

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