Russia: Russia Expands Food Import Ban to Swine and By-Products

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On October 25, 2017, the Government of Russia issued decree No. 1292, expanding the ban on the imports of agricultural products from the countries that applied economic sanctions against Russia, including the United States, to live swine and certain meat by-products. This report contains an unofficial English translation of Russia’s food import ban, listing the countries and products covered, as it currently stands.

Russia: Russia Expands Food Import Ban to Swine and By-Products

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