This year’s presentations will include various perspectives on global meat trade, including China’s increasingly important role. CFNA will also conduct workshops for its members on import procedures and policies and import trends for meat and poultry. Chinese presenters will include representatives from:
- Ministry of Commerce (which is CFNA’s affiliated ministry)
- General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine (AQSIQ)
- General Administration of Customs
The conference also offers opportunities to meet Chinese buyers during its business match-making session on Sept. 13. To obtain additional information, including registration forms, please contact Joel Haggard, Jianwen Liu or CFNA’s David Huang. More details are also included in this invitation letter from CFNA.