CHINA: China’s ‘health’ trade-restrictions may be challenged
The Chinese government will come under political pressure to ease the restrictions that it imposes on food imports because of expressed concerns about the health of plants and animals, notably from developed countries with high standards of cleanliness. One of its responsibilities upon joining the World Trade Organisation has been to declare the so-called 'sanitary and phytosanitary' controls it has in place on food exports; China has now done so, making 135 separate
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