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China has banned imports of British beef under 30 months of age after a case of bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE), or COW disease Mad, in the United Kingdom last month.

The prohibition entered into force on September 29, according to a declaration of the General Administration of Customs.

China has yet to restart the United Kingdom beef after accepting in 2018 to raise previous restrictions.

Beijing imposed a prohibition in the 1990s during the previous buds of EBSE.

In September, the Animal Health Agency and UK Plant (APHA) said there was a case of BSE confirmed on a farm in Somerset.

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    in 2018, China finished a decade of two decades long. Prohibition of imports of beef from the United Kingdom, which was first introduced after the BROTE of the BSE in the 1990s.

    at that time , the Government of the United Kingdom said the uprising of the prohibition would have a value of £ 250 million to British producers in the next five years.

    arrived after years of inspections and site negotiations among officials in London and Beijing.

    In response to the last movement, the Department of the Department of Environment, Food and Rural of the United Kingdom, said it was working to reassure the Chinese authorities that the BSE's case had been administered successfully and to ensure that import conditions can be met.

    The veterinary director of the United Kingdom, Christine Middlemiss, said: "We H Ave Some of the highest levels of biosecurity in the world, which are compatible with systems of robust control. Our products are safe and should continue to be negotiated. "

    In September of this year, the United States announced that it was raising its prohibition of the antiquities of the imports of British Lamb. .

    The United States had left the British imports of Lamb since 1989, following the first buds of BSE.

    The previous year, British exports of beef to the United States resumed for the first time in more than 20 years.

    British Beef was prohibited by Washington after the BSE outbreak in 1996.

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