An announcement by China's General Administration of Customs appears to show that 100% inspections will be required on permitted export of recyclable materials.
Currently, CCIC carries out an inspection regime that allows for an element of self-certification. The new regulations seems to suggest that other inspection agencies can also be formed.
But the new regulations, enforceable from today (1 June), have said that inspection agencies must carry out all inspections themselves.
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