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China Suspends Export Licenses Of Two Canadian Pork Exporters

Two Canadian pork processing companies have had their export licenses temporarily suspended by China.
 
Gary Stordy is the Director of Government and Corporate Affairs with the Canadian Pork Council.
 
"This is the second time that we've had a complication with paperwork," he said. "The first one involved some of our exporters using an outdated form. In this particular situation, it appears that some of the information, to oversimplify it, the labels, that go on the boxes of the product that's being exported, there was some wrong information on the labels."
 
Stordy says one of the companies affected in the latest case is located in Quebec, while the other is in Red Deer.
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