CHINA/USA: USDA publishes translation of new Chinese rules on GM imports
The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) has made publicly available its unofficial translation of the new Chinese rules on imports of genetically modified foods. The 16-page translation has been posted on the USDA Foreign Agricultural Service website. It was translated by USSA officials in Beijing in an effort to bring clarity to the long-anticipated regulations and their impact on US importers.
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