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blue-check The Catch Certificate is required upon exporting some aquatic products to Japan from December 1st, 2022

Official letter No. 422/TCTS-KTTS dated March 25th, 2022 of the Ministry of Agriculture and rural Development regarding application of the catch certificate in the Japanese market
Posted: 30/3/2022 8:56:55 AM | Latest updated: 1/4/2022 6:44:11 AM (GMT+7) | LuatVietnam: 5421 | Vietlaw: 558
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According to announcement of the Japanese Embassy in Vietnam, from December 1st, 2022, aquatic products of countries imported into Japan must have the Catch Certificate if they belong to these 4 types:

1. Squid and Cuttle fish;

2. Pacific saury, Cololabis spp.;

3. Mackerel, Scomber spp;

4. Sardine, Sardinops spp.

Ms Phuong Thao (VietlawOnline.com)
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