China Zika Rule Update

Posted August 22, 2016
Category Company News
China's Zika Rules for U.S. Exports Easier Than First Disclosed Containers shipped from the U.S. to China that are subject to that country's regulations designed to prevent the spread of Zika virus won't have to be fumigated but can instead be disinsected, and government certification of the process is not required as once believed. The Foreign Commercial Service, part of the International Trade Administration, outlined the requirements of Chinese authorities after members of the U.S. Embassy in Beijing met with the Director General of China's Inspection and Quarantine Ministry, documents obtained by show. Shippers' ability to avoid fumigation and…

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