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At the WTO SPS Committee meeting held on March 23-25, for which the meeting minutes were recently circulated, there were discussions of a number of SPS measures imposed by China or imposed by other Members against Chinese goods.
In recent submissions at a WTO Committee, the United States has reiterated some of its previously raised concerns about specific Chinese food regulations.
At SPS Meeting, U.S. Reiterates Concerns over China's Registration Requirement for Foreign Food Producers
The United States recently reiterated its concerns over China's new measures that require registration for all overseas manufacturers that sell to China, and it also put forward some requests related to how to implement the measures. The U.S. statement at the meeting was recently made public on the WTO's
U.S. Reiterates Concerns at WTO about China's Actions Related to COVID Affecting Trade in Food and Agricultural Products
As we previously reported here, here, and here, the United States has expressed concerns about China's actions related to COVID-19 that affect trade in food and agricultural products. At the WTO SPS Committee meeting held on March 23-25, 2022, the United States raised the issue again, and in response to
At a WTO SPS Committee meeting in November, for which the meeting minutes were just circulated, WTO Members discussed a number of SPS measures imposed by China.