Sri Lanka working to unlock Chinese market with new quality protocols

Published on
January 17, 2023
A large sea cucumber produced by Guilan Sea Cucumber Hatchery and Farm.

Sri Lanka’s Ministry of Fisheries has signed a memorandum of understanding with China’s General Administration of Customs that will see the South Asian island nation set up quarantine and quality protocols in order to gain clearance for the export of seafood to China.

The deal will allow Sri Lankan companies to more easily export 29 aquatic products to China, according to Sri Lanka Trade Minister Bandula Gunawardena ... 

Photo courtesy of Guilan Sea Cucumber Hatchery and Farm

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