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Seafarms Visits China for Trade Information


This weekend (September 23 and 24, 2017) representatives of Seafarms, which is developing $1.6 billion shrimp farm in northern Australia, will travel to China with an Australian delegation “to further advance Australian-Chinese agricultural industry collaboration.”


More than 120 influential Chinese representatives from government, business and academia will meet with the Australian delegation in Beijing.  Professor Guo Lisheng, the deputy director of China’s Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine (AQSIQ) Standards and Regulations Centre, will discuss ways for Australian businesses to reduce technical and non-tariff barriers to trade.  AQSIQ is a ministerial-level department in charge of entry-exit commodity inspection, import-export food safety, national quality standardization, certification and accreditation, and entry-exit animal and plant quarantines.


Information: Chris Mitchell, Seafarms Group Limited, Level 11, 225 St. George’s Terrace, Perth, Western Australia, Australia (Phone +61-8-9321-4111, Fax +61-8-9321-4411, Email, Webpage


Source: The Weekend Australian.  Agribusiness Delegation Heads to China to Improve Industry Ties.  Damon Kitney.  September 22, 2017.


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