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New Chinese regulations result in more barriers to its huge market

China is no longer an easy market and if other nations’ businesses don’t change their strategies, it will be more difficult to enter the huge market. “China is no longer a market that is easy to please,” said Ngo Xuan Nam, Deputy Director of SPS Vietnam, amid a series of new regulations set by China on selling farm produce and food to the Chinese market.

According to Nam, China released 42 notices on the changes with regulations on food safety and plant and animal quarantine in the first 10 months of 2021. Most recently, China released the new standard GB 2763-2021, setting 10,092 limits on maximum residue levels for 564 plant protection products on a list of 376 foods.

As such, there are 81 more plant protection chemical products in the new standard and 2,985 more plant protection residue limits (42 percent).

In addition, China now controls imports under the protocol mode, and asks exporters to declare growing area codes and packaging facilities.


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