Senegal: Trade Regulations for Plant and Forestry Products

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On March 10, 1960, the Government of Senegal passed Decree 60-121; this decree is still in effect and regulates the trade of various plant or forestry products including planting seeds, live plants and plant materials, as well as fruits, vegetables, grains, oilseeds and other foods for human or animal consumption. This decree supports Food Law 66-48 (signed in May 1966) which regulates food safety. This report contains an INFORMAL translation of the original text, as well as a copy of the original text in French. 

Senegal: Trade Regulations for Plant and Forestry Products

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