China resumes poultry imports from Kazakhstan

Even-toed ungulates approved as well
calendar icon 9 February 2024
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China customs has lifted a ban on imports of poultry and related products, as well as even-toed ungulates from Kazakhstan, Reuters reported, citing two separate statements on Thursday.

Imports of even-toed ungulates were prohibited due to an outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease in parts of Kazakhstan while poultry imports were banned due to avian influenza, Chinese customs said in a statement.

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