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India cancel part of Vietnam's import ban on agricultural products

According to the agency reports, India has agreed to cancel part of Vietnam's import ban on agricultural products, including black pepper. Vietnam pepper association, vice President of later confirmed the above information on March 17, The vice President Ms. Nguyen said, on March 7, 2017, after receiving news from pepper exporters for India suspended the import parts of Vietnam produce and unable to properly handle export formalities, the association sent official document to Vietnam's agricultural and rural development department, requests the department to resolve obstacles for the enterprise. Vietnam's agricultural and rural development department has been with Indian embassy in the March 16 made representations on the above issues. India has agreed to remove suspended imports from Vietnam coffee beans, bamboo toothpicks, black pepper, cinnamon, beans and dragon fruit and other agricultural products. With this, Vietnam also cancel suspended imports from India peanuts, cassia seed, cocoa beans, lentils, tamarind ban on agricultural products, etc. The agriculture and rural development department in Vietnam were published on March 1, 2017. suspended imports from India peanuts, cassia seed, cocoa beans, lentils, and tamarind high-risk sexual quarantine pests such as agricultural products. On March 3, 2017, the Indian plant protection to the country's government issued a document, suggested that the government ban issued a suspension of Vietnam some agricultural imports. On March 7, 2017, Vietnamese companies cannot go through the formalities of pepper's exports to India.

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