A shopper looks at imported frozen food at a store in Beijing. File photo: EPA-EFE
A shopper looks at imported frozen food at a store in Beijing. File photo: EPA-EFE
China trade

US, Britain join countries sounding alarm over China food import rules

  • Envoys from seven economies, including Australia, Canada and the EU, expressed their concerns in an October 27 letter to Customs Minister Ni Yuefeng
  • The letter signals mounting frustrations among China’s foreign suppliers, as ships carrying food prepare to leave ports without knowing if they’ll be able to offload their cargo

Topic |   China trade
A shopper looks at imported frozen food at a store in Beijing. File photo: EPA-EFE
A shopper looks at imported frozen food at a store in Beijing. File photo: EPA-EFE
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