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Deep Structural Changes Planned for China’s Food Administration

  •   14 Mar 2018
  •    Giacomo Cirillo
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    On 13th of March, China decided to reform the structure of its State Council and ministerial level departments, abolishing CFDA, AQSIQ, SAIC, NHFPC and MOA and creating new bodies.

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