Chinese Regulation

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China Allows Italian Beef Imports

On October 26, China’s General Administration of Customs issued a notice (link in Chinese) setting forth SPS requirements for imports of beef from Italy. The notice takes effect immediately. The notice sets forth details on SPS requirements for Italian beef in accordance with Chinese law and regulations as well

China Reiterates Equal Treatment of Foreign-Invested Companies in Government Procurement

Recently, the Chinese Ministry of Finance issued a document titled “Notice on the Implementation of Relevant Policies regarding Equal Treatment for Domestic and Foreign-invested Enterprises in Government Procurement Activities (link in Chinese).” In principle, the notice states that all products and services made in China, regardless of whether they are

UK Parliament Discusses Pork Exports To China

In the UK House of Commons on October 21, MP Dave Doogan (SNP) asked the UK Secretary of State for International Trade the following question about UK pork exports to China: "What recent assessment she has made of the potential effect on trade of the suspension of export licences for

China Sets out Rules for Beef Imports from Russia

On October 18, China’s General Administration of Customs issued a notice (link in Chinese) that would allow imports of beef from Russia if certain requirements are met. It is an implementation of the Protocol on the Inspection, Quarantine and Veterinary Hygiene Requirements for Beef to be Exported from Russia

China Starts Importing Breeding Pigs from Ireland

China’s General Administration of Customs issued a notice (link in Chinese) on September 18 to allow the importation of breeding pigs from Ireland, effective immediately. This is a result of the Protocol on the Quarantine and Sanitary Conditions of China’s Import of Breeding Pigs from Ireland (《中华人民共和国海关总署与爱尔兰共和国农业、食品和海事部关于中国从爱尔兰输入种猪的检疫和卫生条件议定书》

Brazil-China Beef Trade Held Up Due to Mad Cow Cases

The Brazilian government is reportedly anxious about renewing its beef trade with China after a suspension of Brazilian exports due to cases of mad cow disease. It seems as though China is taking longer than expected to resolve the issue with its Brazilian counterparts. Brazil is a major source of

China Revises List of Industries for Which Investment Is Restricted or Prohibited

On October 8, China’s National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) and Ministry of Commerce unveiled a draft version (link in Chinese) of a list of industries for which investment (both domestic and foreign) is restricted or prohibited (negative list). The draft negative list is open for public comments until
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