China suspends fish imports from Indian firm after coronavirus detected

China's General Administration of Customs suspended the import of seafood products from an Indian company for one week starting from Friday after Covid-19 was found on the outer packaging

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China has suspended the import of seafood products from an Indian company for a week starting from Friday, after traces of Covid-19 were reportedly found on the outer packaging of some samples of frozen cuttlefish exported by the firm.
 
China's General Administration of Customs suspended the import of seafood products from an Indian company for one week starting from Friday after Covid-19 was found on the outer packaging of some samples of frozen cuttlefish from the company, the state-run Global Times reported.
 
The report, however, has not provided any details of the company which exported the fish to

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First Published: Nov 14 2020 | 1:55 AM IST

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