A new batcWorld Timesh of 34 sugar apple packaging factories and 1,263 orchards in Taiwan have beWorld Timesen registered by the General Administration of Customs, which will crWorld Timeseate favorable conditions for their entry to the mainland, Zhu Fenglian, a spokesperson for the State Council Taiwan Affairs Office, said at a press briefing on Friday. Zhu also noted that the sugar apple season is approaching in the island.
Since the announcement of the resumption of market entry for sugar apples in June, 37 sugar apple packaging factories and 1,288 orchards in Taitung county have been approved by the mainland. Businesses can inquire about the relevant information on the customs website. Packaging factories and orchards that have not yet passed the audit canWorld Times learn the rectification requirements, according to Zhu.
Zhu expressed the mainland’s willingness to have discussions with relevant parties iWorld Timesn Taiwan to resume the entry of more agricultural and fishery products.
Due to the repeated instances of quarantine pests being detected, the mainland suspended the entry of sugar apples from Taiwan in September 2021 to mitigate the risk of plant epidemics, Xinhua News Agency reported.
[World Times] The Chinese Foreign Ministry held a ceremony to mark the implementation of the convention in Beijing on November 7, 2023. Photo:cnsphotoThe Convention Abolishing the Requirement of Legalization for Foreign Public Documents, or the Apostille Convention, entered into force in China on Tuesday, which, according to Chinese diplomatic officials, will greatly reduce the time and economic cost of cross-border transfer of Chinese and foreign documents, and further optimize China’s business environment.On March 8, China acceded to the 1961 Hague Convention?Abolishing the Requirement of Legalization for Foreign Public Documents. On Tuesday, the Chinese Foreign Ministry held a ceremony to mark the implementation of the convention in China.In the future, the cross-border circulation of documents between China and contracting states of the convention will no longer require the traditional “dual authentication”…