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AQSIQ about imports Mexican corn, barley Britain And Costa Rica pineapple and other plants Bulletin

December 07, 2015

AQSIQ notification No. 139

AQSIQ about import Mexico of maize, United Kingdom and Costa rica pineapple plant barley notice

According to AQSIQ risk analysis, field trips, after the above-mentioned countries, after Mexico, the United Kingdom, Costa Rica, inspection and quarantine departments in consultation, AQSIQ official with the relevant national administrations signed the

  • Mexican corn exported to China phytosanitary requirements of the Protocol.
  • British barley exported to China phytosanitary requirements of the Protoco.
  • Costa Rican pineapple exports to China phytosanitary requirements of the Protocol.
  • From now on, to allow compliance with health standards of Mexican corn, barley, Britain, Costa rica lost pineapple and other plants imported into the Chinese port.
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    From today, allowing qualified “import Argentine Republic alfalfa inspection and quarantine requirements,“ the Argentine alfalfa imported into the Chinese port.

    24 November,2015

    AQSIQ notification No. 133

    To. All AQSIQ Department:

    According to the Argentine alfalfa country risk analysis, based on fieldwork in Argentina, China and Argentina through inspection and quarantine departments in consultation between the two countries, The two sides signed the “Republic Argentine alfalfa exports to the Protocol of sanitary and phytosanitary requirements of the People’s Republic of China” and obtained Argentine alfalfa exports to China Inspection and Quarantine qualifications.

    From today, allowing qualified “import Argentine Republic alfalfa inspection and quarantine requirements,” the Argentine alfalfa imported into the Chinese port.

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    AQSIQ ANNOUNCEMENT ABOUT LIFTING SPAIN OF AVIAN FLU FROM TODAY!

    03 November,2015

    According to the results of the risk assessment, from the date of this announcement since canceled the ban on Spanish bird flu. (2006 No. 51), “on Spanish wild migratory birds found infected with bird flu emergency notice”

    Cancellation of Spain Newcastle – ban epidemic
    (2009 No. 121) “for the prevention of Newcastle disease into our country of Spain notice”
    For Spanish companies, this is a good news.

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