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11 April, 2019

April 11, 2019

  1. DGFT - Directorate General of Foreign Trade published following:

  2. Central Board of Indirect Taxes and Customs (CBIC) published following:

  3. Food Agency, Singapore published Circular No. AV dated 05 April 2019 (Click here) regarding Declaration of Establishment/Prefectural Codes by importers for permits involving food fish fry and breeding food fish.

  4. Vietnam - published following;

  5. Ministry of Commerce, Pakistan published SRO 438 (I)/2019 dated 09 April 2019 (Click here) amending Import Policy Order 2016. As per amendment, the shelf life requirement of imported edible product changed to `66% (2/3) of the shelf life remaining from date of Manufacturing’ from `50% of shelf life calculated from the date of filing of Import General Manifest (IGM)’.

  6. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), USA published notice no 40 CFR Part 180 on 08 April 2019 (Click here) regarding pesticide tolerances for Flonicamid.

  7. Department of Health Canada published Notice no NOM/ADM-0131 dated 3 April 2019 (Click here) modifying the List of Permitted Sweeteners to enable the use of Steviol Glycosides from Stevia rebaudiana Bertoni in canned fruit products.

  8. Federal Commission for Protection against Health Risks, Mexico published Food Additives Annex VI on 4 April 2019 (Click here).

  9. European Commission published Regulation (EU) 2019/552 of 4 April 2019 (Click here) amending Annexes II and III to Regulation (EC) No 396/2005 regards maximum residue levels for azoxystrobin, bicyclopyrone, chlormequat, cyprodinil, difenoconazole, fenpropimorph, fenpyroximate, fluopyram, fosetyl, isoprothiolane, isopyrazam, oxamyl, prothioconazole, spinetoram, trifloxystrobin and triflumezopyrim in or on certain products.

  10. United Kingdom - published following

  11. Eurasian Economic Union published Decision no 52 on 5 April 2019 (Click here) regarding the list of technical regulations implemented in the Union.

  12. Russian Government Decree No 303 published on 4 April 2019 (Click here) allows Ministry of Industry and Trade to issue import licenses to non-EAEU countries and contracting parties to import equipment and parts that can be installed and / or used on wheeled vehicles. The aluminium wheel will classify under HS 8708705009. The import of aluminum wheels as sample allowed without a license for research and testing.


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