India regains access to Chinese market

Indian exporters can now start exporting marine food products to China again, a USD 5 billion market for these items, according to an Indian embassy official.

India is one among 37 countries which has been cleared by the General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine (AQSIQ) to start exporting marine food products to China, K Nagaraj Naidu, Counsellor (Commercial) at the Indian Embassy said. 

The new regulations require all countries exporting aquatic products to China to ensure that their consignments are accompanied with inspection certificates, the formats of which has to be previously approved and notified by AQSIQ. 

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