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Ecuador: Ecuadorian Government Lowers Tariffs for 43 Agricultural Products On July 9th, 2021, Ecuador’s Foreign Trade Committee issued Resolution No. 009 – 2021, lowering tariffs on 667 products, including 43 agricultural products. This resolution will come into effect on October 1st, 2021 and will be permanent.
On July 28, 2021, the State Administration for Market Regulation (SAMR) published a notice soliciting comments on "Further Regulating the Labeling and Marking of Infant and Young Children Formula Milk Powder Products (Draft for Solicitation of...
The Legislative Council passed the Harmful Substances in Food (Amendment) Regulation 2021 on July 14, 2021. The goal of the legislation is to enhance the regulation of harmful substances such as industrially produced trans fats and mycotoxins in food...
India is lowering the basic import duty on lentils (HS 0713.40.00) from 10 percent to zero percent for all origins, except for U.S.-origin lentils.
On July 14, India's Food Safety and Standards Authority of India extended the compliance timeline for guidelines issued for commercial feeds/feed materials for a limited pool of industry stakeholders,
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Uganda: Notification on Powdered Silver Cyprinid

On July 26, Uganda notified a draft standard on powdered silver cyprinid (mukene) to the WTO SPS Committee.
On July 27, the Philippine Department of Agriculture's National Meat Inspection Service issued Memorandum Circular No. 07-2021-018, reiterating the minimum labeling requirements for imported meat.
The National Food Safety Authority continues to develop standards and procedures regulating food safety in Egypt.
This report describes the major export certificates required by the Government of the Dominican Republic (DR) for imports of food and agricultural products. No substantive changes were published as of May 2021.
This report summarizes the key technical and import requirements for food and agricultural products imposed by the Government of the Dominican Republic.
For a decade, trade of beef and beef products to Egypt have been very disrupted.
On June 15th, Egypt postponed its launch of the Advanced Clearance Information system (ACI). The Minister of Finance pushed the 1st of July deadline of full implementation of the new system to October 1st, 2021 citing the delay had been requested by several companies and diplomatic missions.