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Deep Structural Changes Planned for China’s Food Administration

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.

On 13th of March, the State Council submitted a reform plan on the structure of State Council and Ministerial Level Departments to the first session of the 13th National People’s Congress. If the plan is implemented, the State Council will undergo substantial changes, as some government bodies will be abolished and others created. With regards to food administration, the most relevant changes are:

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