On January 20 a sanitary protocol was ratified which enables the export of shrimp caught in Costa Rican waters to China.
From a statement issued by the Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock (MAG):
During the visit by the President of the Republic, Luis Guillermo Solis Rivera, to China, ratification was given to signing of a sanitation protocol for the export of prawns, a prerequisite for the official opening up of the Chinese market for prawns caught in Costa Rican waters.
The Costa Rican and Chinese Technical Teams met to begin negotiations to expand the supply of agricultural products from the Central American country.
"The delegations were led by the Costa Rican Minister of Agriculture, Gloria Abraham, and Chinese Vice Minister Sun Dawei, General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine of PRC (AQSIQ, by its acronym in English)" , reported Elfinancierocr.com.
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In an article published in Df.cl, The FoodLinks, a company specializing in linking Chinese demand to the supply offered by various Chilean brands explains what to do and what not to do, when you try to do business with Eastern entrepreneurs.
China endorsed the health protocol necessary to allow the entry of Costa Rican leather products.
By signing these health protocols, the importing country - in this case China - supports compliance with certain standards established for the product in question by the exporting country, this in order to ensure regular exports to the Chinese market.
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