• WTO members address 10 new trade concerns

    2 days ago - By Food Safety

    Countries have addressed 10 new trade concerns at a recent meeting of a World Trade Organization committee.
    Topics at the Committee on Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures meeting on March 25 and 26 were raised by India, China, Peru, Turkey and Mexico and included animal and plant products, pesticides and maximum residue levels .
    With more than 230 delegates attending remotely, members raised 46 trade issues, 11 of them for the first time.
    New trade concerns
    India expressed concerns about the new health certificate format proposed by China for shrimp imports, China's limitations on bovine...
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