China Opens Door For Brazilian Pork Imports

Law360, New York (April 11, 2011, 7:14 PM EDT) -- The Chinese government has agreed to open its markets to Brazilian pork and will allow three of the South American nation's pork producers to begin sending over their products, Brazil's Ministry of Agriculture announced Monday.

China's minister of quality supervision, inspection and quarantine informed Brazilian Minister of Agriculture Wagner Rossi of the initial approval for imports from the three producers at a meeting Monday in Beijing, the Brazilian ministry said in a statement.

Officials did not specify which three companies China plans to clear for imports....
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