A Truce in the Sino-US Trade War? New “Game-Rules” for US’s Food Enterprises
Jan 16, 2020
Compulsory GAC overseas manufacturer registration (former CNCA registration) is no longer a pre-requisite to U.S. dairy and infant formula products due to China's recognition of U.S. dairy-safety system
Loosen policies for products which are new to China, such as U.S. extended shelf life (ESL) milk, fortified milk, ultrafiltered fluid milk, and dairy permeate powder
The registration of U.S. infant formula recipes will be approved within 105 working days
The speed for infant formula manufacturer registration approval will be expedited
As revealed by the MOFCOM notice released on Jan 16th, 2020, China's Vice Premier Minister Liu He signed the phase one trade agreement with U.S. President Trump on Jan 15th. The agreement has nine chapters covering intellectual property, trade in food and agricultural products, microeconomic policies, etc. President Xi remarked it an agreement that will benefit China, the U.S., and the whole world.
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