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Last month, China's General Administration of Customs (GACC) published sanitary requirements for various food imports from countries in Asia, Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Central America, as China tries to boost agricultural imports.
Last week, Beijing issued a draft provision for cross-border data flows, potentially lowering the compliance cost for companies and waiving regulatory requirements for some data exports. The draft, however, is awaiting finalization, which could bring more changes.
Over the first half of September, China's customs agency made several announcements that will impact trade in beef and dairy products.
As Japan started discharging its treated radioactive water into the Pacific Ocean today, China’s General Administration of Customs (GACC) announced that it is banning all imports of aquatic products from Japan.
Today, China's Customs agency announced that it would suspend mango imports from Taiwan, citing pest concerns. This is the same justification previously offered by Beijing for bans on Taiwanese sugar apples and wax apples, although the ban on sugar apples has been lifted.