China to lift restriction on German beef

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Published Apr 17, 2024

Tridge summary

During a significant visit to China by German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, a pivotal agreement was reached, leading to China lifting its longstanding ban on German beef imports. From April 16, Germany will commence exporting beef from animals under 30 months old to China, as announced by the General Administration of Customs of China. This breakthrough deal also includes provisions for German apple exports and is exploring increased flexibility for pork exports, marking a notable advancement in trade relations between the two countries.
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The negotiations carried out by the German Chancellor, Olaf Scholz, on the occasion of his visit to China, have borne their first fruits: the Asian country is going to lift the ban on imports of German beef that has been in force for years. Specifically, Germany will be able to export beef from animals less than 30 months old, as announced by the General Administration of Customs of China since April 16. ...
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