Canada says bogus certificates are being used to smuggle meat into China

FILE PHOTO: Canada's Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr takes part in news conference about the state of the Kinder Morgan pipeline expansion in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, May 29, 2018. REUTERS/Chris Wattie

OTTAWA (Reuters) – Unknown actors are using bogus certificates to smuggle Canadian meat into China, Trade Minister Jim Carr said on Wednesday, a day after Beijing halted beef and pork imports citing falsified paperwork. China, which has already blocked imports of Canadian canola seed and product from three pork plants, said on Tuesday it wanted […]

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