China's customs agency has confirmed that canola imports from Canada will undergo more thorough inspections, claiming that fungal pathogens and other pests were discovered in Canadian shipments. However, the policy is widely seen as retaliatory, sparked by an unrelated diplomatic row over the judicial proceedings of a Chinese executive.
Canadian canola will be scrutinized, China confirms
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