Quality Supervision Office and Australian authorities renew mutual cooperation agreement for fruit import
The Chinese General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine will soon have discussions individually with the New Zealand Department for Primary Industries, the Australian Department for Agriculture, and the Department for Irrigation. They will sign the following agreements:

"The agreement concerning the plant quarantine requirements for fresh avocado transport from New Zealand to China."

"An agreement concerning the plant quarantine requirements for stone fruit (nectarine, peach, plum, apricot) transport from China to Australia."

"An agreement concerning the plant quarantine requirements for stone fruit (nectarine, peach, plum, apricot) transport from Australia to China"

Apart from this, the Chinese General Administration of Quality Supervision and the Australian Departments of Agriculture and Irrigation will also review the conditions of the execution of agreements on Chinese apple and pear exports to Australia, and of Australian grape, cherry, and citrus export to China. This is in order to optimize the adjustment of quarantine requirements on both sides. They will further renew the following agreements:

"Agreement concerning the plant quarantine requirements for apple transport from China to Australia."

"Agreement concerning the plant quarantine requirements for pear transport from China to Australia."

"Agreement concerning the plant quarantine requirements for fresh grape transport from Australia to China."

"Agreement concerning the plant quarantine requirements for cherry transport from Australia to China."

"Agreement concerning the plant quarantine requirements for citrus transport from Australia to China."

Signing these agreements will accelerate Australian exports to China, and will also provide Chinese consumers with more choice of Australian seasonal fruits. Furthermore, it encourages agricultural trade in both countries.

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