China imposes 20-week import ban on two Ecuadorian shrimp firms as it stiffens COVID-19 import penalties

Published on
March 22, 2022
Customs authorities have increased penalties for seafood exporters whose packaging tests positive for traces of COVID-19 upon arrival in Chinese ports.

With China seeking to contain its worst COVID-19 situation since its original 2019-2020 outbreak of the virus in Wuhan, the country’s customs authorities have increased penalties for seafood exporters whose packaging tests positive for traces of the virus upon arrival in Chinese ports ... 

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