China: Quarantine requirements on imported pine logs and lumber came into force

China: Quarantine requirements on imported pine logs and lumber came into force
The General Administration of Customs of the People’s Republic of China (GACC) released Decree 110, entitled quarantine requirements on pine wood imported from countries with occurrence of pine wood nematodes is believed to generate more cost and probably new challenges to the U.S. export of logs and lumber to China.    The Decree updates requirements for importing pinewoods, including guidelines for sampling and treatment prior to export, phytosanitary certificate requirements, port of entry quarantine requirements, and designated ports for receiving pinewood imports. The requirements went into effect on February 1, 2022. All U.S. pinewood ...

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