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Grand Union International strongly recommends the latest developments in trade measures in various countries during the epidemic

Date:2020-02-20 19:34:40   Source: Grand Union International Trade Co., Ltd.    Click:
Due to the domestic new coronavirus epidemic, various countries and regions around the world have certain control measures for trade imports and exports. Grand Union International has collected and sorted out some relevant data and shared it with everyone. Since the information comes from public channels to reproduce the information, it cannot be guaranteed. Accuracy, reliability, and completeness are for reference only.


I. Import Control Measures of Various Countries (Regions)

1. European Union: European Commission adopts interim measures on China's trade investigation in case of new crown virus

2. Armenia issues ban on import of Chinese animal products and raw materials

3. Kyrgyzstan bans the import of Chinese meat and intends to completely ban the import of Chinese agricultural products

4. Tajikistan bans all types of food imports from China

5. Jordan decides to suspend the import of animal and plant products from China and inspect cosmetics imported from China

6. Russia implements temporary animal import restrictions, Russia ’s Ministry of Agriculture does not consider restricting Chinese food imports

7. Vietnam studies response to the impact of the epidemic on agricultural exports, Vietnam Friendship Port issues a reminder to suspend cargo clearance

8. Indonesia introduces import restrictions on some Chinese products

9. Indonesia suspends imports of Chinese food and beverage products (new)

10. Bangladesh banks, businesses seek alternatives to import goods from China

11. Malaysia's Ministry of Agriculture bans Chinese pork and pork products imports

12. Georgia bans import of all live animals from China

13. Pakistan bans import of live animals from China

14. South Korea bans imports of some products (new)

15. Turkey restricts Chinese imports due to coronavirus outbreak

16. Azerbaijan suspends imports of livestock, live animals, etc. from China

17. Kazakhstan: postal parcel delivery between Kazakhstan and China suspended

18. Egypt bans onion imports from China

19. Cameroon temporarily suspends import of animals and aquatic products from China (new)

20. Some products banned in Mauritius (new)

21. Philippines temporarily bans imports of poultry and wild birds and their products (new)

22. Bosnia and Herzegovina Takes Measures to Remind New Crown Virus Epidemic (New)

23. India sharply raises import tariffs


Ⅱ, the country / regional export control measures for epidemic prevention supplies

1.Export controls on masks in Taiwan, China

2. India bans the export of any masks, protective clothing, etc.

3. Nepal restricts export of personal protective materials such as masks

4. Exit of Iranian masks and medical equipment must be approved by the Ministry of Health

5. Thailand implements export control on masks, polypropylene fibers for producing masks, and hand soap containing alcohol

6. Mongolia: Ban on export of coal at some ports

7. South Korea

8. Vietnam imposes a ban on exporting medical supplies to China (new)

9. Cambodia imposes ban on export of medical supplies to China (new)

10. Bangladesh implements a ban on the export of medical supplies to China (New)

11. Russia is studying temporary restrictions on "personal protective equipment"

12. Pakistan (proposed ban)


Ⅲ. Quarantine Control Measures for Maritime Vessels

(1) Offshore routes

1. Singapore: Increase strict quarantine procedures for Chinese ships

2. Malaysia: Ships from Mainland China will be quarantined

3. Philippines: strict control measures for ships from China and countries affected by the virus

4. Indonesia: Set up a quarantine area to conduct medical inspections on all incoming ships

5. Vietnam: Ships and containers imported from China need to be quarantined after 14 days20

6. Bangladesh: the ship declares whether there is a patient, the crew undergoes medical examination,

7. Australia: Ships from mainland China to Australia will be quarantined for 14 days

8. Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of China: 10 ports will be closed to limit passenger traffic, freight will not be affected for the time being

9. Kuwait: Crew with symptoms of illness can only get landing permission

10. United Arab Emirates: Provide crew members with no symptoms of illness 3 days before arrival

11. Russia: Close 16 customs ports to restrict passenger traffic, freight is not affected for the time being

12. Kyrgyzstan: Kyrgyzstan-China border crossing temporarily closed

13. Saudi Arabia: Ships within 14 days of departure from China should notify relevant procedures in a timely manner

14. Qatar: Chinese ships should submit medical report declaration 48 hours in advance

15. Oman: All ships submit health reports to the International Maritime Organization and submit coronavirus questionnaires

16. Thailand: Ships arriving in China with crew and passengers must submit a Maritime Health Declaration Form

17. Japan: Submit a health survey form to the quarantine authority before the ship arrives

18. South Korea: Ships passing through Chinese ports in the past 14 days must undergo on-board quarantine

19. Mongolia will close all China-Mongolia border ports since February 1

20. Kazakhstan suspends work on Kazakh side of Horgos Border Cooperation Center

21. Tajikistan: Closing of the Korama port

22. Myanmar's Raki Port reopens (new)

23. Madagascar: Port Authority strengthens quarantine of vessels calling at ports


(2) Ocean routes

1. United States: Crew and passenger situation must be reported within 15 days, no refusal to dock

2. South Africa: Ships arriving directly from China will be isolated

3. Argentina: Ships must provide ship entry health quarantine certificate

4. Brazil: Submit an entry health quarantine certificate 2-3 days in advance and fill in the Maritime Health Declaration

5. Egypt: Three days of epidemic prevention inspection is required after China container declaration

6. France: Fosse port suspends trains from Wuhan to Durge

7. United Kingdom: Fuchs port suspends trains from Wuhan to Durge

8. Italy: All ships calling at Italian ports must provide a certificate of sanitation

9. Spain: Fill in maritime health declaration form via port web application upon arrival

10. Panama: Ships from countries or ports with confirmed cases reported within the first 30 days

11. Suez: No crew change without approval and confirmation from the authorities

12. Greece: Official restrictions on Chinese ships or vessels calling at Chinese ports have not yet been issued

13. Germany / Netherlands / Belgium: currently unlimited


Ⅳ. Positive Trends in Trade by Countries (Regions)

1. Brazil's agriculture minister says normal trade between the two countries is not affected by the outbreak

2. Malaysia does not restrict trade with China

3. Ukraine: New Crown virus will not affect grain exports to China (New)





 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 



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I. Import Control Measures of Various Countries (Regions)

1. European Union: European Commission adopts interim measures on China's trade investigation in case of new crown virus

(1) Before the epidemic situation is resolved, Chinese companies responding to the European Commission will not conduct on-site inspections, but take remote inspections. This challenge is even greater for enterprises and requires them to submit very high quality questionnaires. During SARS in 2003, the European Commission took the same approach.

(2) At the same time that the responding enterprise submits the questionnaire, it must submit working papers, financial support materials, and calculation formulas. This is heavier than the previous procedure, and the burden of proof must be taken seriously by the enterprise, and cannot be taken lightly!

(3) If during the epidemic, Commission officials do not conduct on-site inspections, or due to unsafe travel reasons, the Commission makes a final ruling based on the facts available. After the epidemic is over, the case will be filed quickly and autonomously, and rapid Review. Companies should pay attention.

2. Armenia issues ban on import of Chinese animal products and raw materials

Armenia bans the import of animal products and raw materials from China. This ban also applies to animal products imported from other countries that are produced from Chinese raw materials. The ban entered into force on January 26 and is effective for a long time. It will continue until the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) and The World Health Organization (WHO) has officially released a new type of coronavirus outbreak in China.

3. Kyrgyzstan bans the import of Chinese meat and intends to completely ban the import of Chinese agricultural products

Russian satellite news agency learned from the Kyrgyz State and Plant Health and Safety Quarantine Bureau that Kyrgyzstan will ban the import of meat from China due to the impact of China's new coronavirus epidemic. In addition, a spokesman for Kyrgyzstan stated on January 28 that the import of agricultural products from China was suspended and the possibility of a total ban on agricultural products from China is currently being analyzed.

4. Tajikistan bans all types of food imports from China

On January 30, according to the Food Safety Commission of Tajikistan, since the outbreak of the new coronavirus in China, the commission has banned the import of all types of food from China. But according to the chairman of the committee, Mohamed Said Ubaidulo, even before the emergence of new coronavirus in China in 2019, the Tajikistan Food Safety Commission did not allow the country's businessmen to import food from China to the country. The food that can be imported from a third country was also strictly controlled. Tajikistan stated that no Chinese food had been shipped to the country after the virus appeared.

5. Jordan decides to suspend the import of animal and plant products from China and inspect cosmetics imported from China

The Jordanian Ministry of Agriculture stated on February 2 that the Jordanian authorities have announced a moratorium on the import of Chinese animal and plant products to prevent new coronaviruses. The Director of the Ministry's Licensing Division said the move was to prevent the spread of a new coronavirus in Jordan, and the Ministry of Agriculture would review the decision "in the future." Relevant import licenses have been suspended until further notice.

According to the Jordan Times, the Jordan Standards and Metrology Bureau (JISM) announced on February 4 that precautionary measures have been taken to test coronavirus at various customs offices in Jordan. JISM General Manager Abil Zuhaier said the agency has issued notifications to all customs stations instructing them to sample cosmetics imported from China before entering Jordan.

The Amman Chamber of Commerce cooperated with official agencies and the Trade Association to establish a "crisis team" to address the possible impact of the development of the new crown pneumonia epidemic on Jordan's imports to China. The "crisis team" includes customs, the Jordanian Navigation Association, and official regulatory agencies. The group was set up at an emergency meeting held by the Amman Chamber of Commerce on February 10, which studied how to avoid the special situation of China's coronavirus in the future. Jamal Nazar, Assistant Director of the National Customs Department of Jordan Customs, pointed out that the window will facilitate customs clearance of goods and goods entering the domestic market, and shipping agents can send electronic documents. Representatives of official regulators emphasized that there are preventive measures against coronaviruses that will not cause damage to food safety, noting that there will be no delays and container backlogs for shipments from China.

6. Russia implements temporary animal import restrictions, Russia ’s Ministry of Agriculture does not consider restricting Chinese food imports

In order to protect the Russian Federation from the epidemic of infectious diseases, the Russian Federation ’s Veterinary and Phytosanitary Supervision Bureau has issued a one-month temporary animal import restriction order, which involves importing and transiting ornamental animals and aquatic products from China. In addition, from February 3, the Russian railway sector will suspend the transportation of Chinese passengers, but so far has not affected the transportation of goods. Russian dairy products such as food are normally exported to China as planned. Chinese Ambassador to Russia Zhang Hanhui recently said that the temporary closure of individual ports and routes will not have a significant impact on the overall form of China-Russia trade. On February 5th, according to the Russian Satellite Agency, Russian Deputy Minister of Agriculture Maxim Uvaidov told reporters that the Russian Ministry of Agriculture does not consider restricting the import of Chinese food due to a new coronavirus epidemic.

MagMagnit, Russia's largest supermarket: Suspend imports of vegetables and fruits from China.

7. Vietnam studies response to the impact of the epidemic on agricultural exports, Vietnam Friendship Port issues a reminder to suspend cargo clearance

On February 3, the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development and the Ministry of Industry and Trade jointly organized a meeting to discuss how to promote the production and export of agricultural products under the influence of the epidemic. China is an important agricultural product export market in Vietnam. The new coronavirus epidemic has severely affected Vietnam ’s agricultural production, and market access negotiations including durians and bird's nest, which are nearing their end, have to be postponed. The Ministry of Agriculture stated that it would actively arrange experts from the General Administration of Customs of China to visit Vietnam to promote the export of Vietnamese agricultural products to China.

Vietnam Haiphong Port previously reported that containers imported from China will need to be quarantined by Wuhan New Coronary Pneumonia Virus for about 14 days before customs declaration can be imported into Vietnam. The 14-day quarantine period will not be included in the calculation of Freetime. Vietnam Friendship Port Issues Suspension of Customs Clearance Reminders: Due to the need to prevent and control the new crown pneumonia epidemic, the Vietnam Dongteng-Langshan Port Economic Zone Management Committee officially notified on the evening of February 3 that Vietnam Friendship Port will postpone the processing from February 4, 2020 Customs clearance procedures.

On February 7, the Consulate of Vietnam in Nanning issued a notification to the National Border Commission of Vietnam and the northern provinces. Due to China's quarantine of staff and insufficient staff to handle customs clearance of goods, the reopening of some border crossings at the Sino-Vietnamese border began on February 10. Postponed to the end of this month, NaHinh, BinhNghiandCocNam and other ports in Langshan Province, which borders China's Guangxi Province, remain closed.

8. Indonesia introduces import restrictions on some Chinese products

Indonesia initiated import restrictions on some Chinese products. On February 4, the Indonesian media reported comprehensively that several Indonesian ministers stated that they had imposed import restrictions on some Chinese products. Airlangga Hartarto, Indonesia's economic co-ordinator, said he would ban the import of live animals from China, explaining that the move is based on a new type of virus transmission including wildlife. Indonesian Agriculture Minister Syahrul Yasin Limpo said the ban will not affect the import of fruits and vegetables but will strengthen inspections of these products. Horticultural products will also not be affected by the ban. Edhy Prabowo, Indonesia's minister of marine affairs and fisheries, said the department had decided to restrict imports of fishery products from China. It is reported that import restrictions only apply to live fish. Edhi added: "For frozen fish, we will strengthen surveillance to confirm that they are not infected with the virus,"

9. Indonesia suspends imports of Chinese food and beverage products (new)

The upgrade of Indonesia's epidemic prevention and control measures for ships will cause delays of 1-2 days. In addition, Indonesia will suspend the import of Chinese food and beverage products to prevent the spread of the new crown virus.

10. Bangladesh banks, businesses seek alternatives to import goods from China

According to Bangladesh ’s “Daily Star” reported on February 6, Bangladesh ’s Gold Bank manager Atal Rahman said that due to the outbreak of China ’s new coronavirus pneumonia, several Bangladeshi banks and companies are considering switching from other countries outside China. The country imported machinery and equipment and raw materials originally imported from China. Currently, Bangladeshi companies are seeking alternative importing countries and are preparing to issue new letters of credit.

11. Malaysian Ministry of Agriculture bans Chinese pork and pork products imports

The Malaysian Ministry of Agriculture prohibits the import of pork and pork products from China and closely monitors the import of other agricultural products.

12. Georgia bans import of all live animals from China

Reported on January 28, 2020, the measures will continue until the World Health Organization (WHO) and the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE) declare China as a zero coronavirus zone. (For details, please refer to the information on the Internet: https://agenda.ge/en/news/2020/274)

13. Pakistan bans import of live animals from China

Pakistan bans the import of live animals from China. Pakistan recommends fumigation and disinfection of products imported from China before customs clearance. The start and end of the measures are unknown. (For details, see the information on the Internet:

Https://profit.pakistantoday.com.pk/2020/02/07/coronavirus-outbreak-pakistan-bans-import-of-zoonotic-animals/)

14. South Korea bans imports of some products (new)

It is forbidden to import wild animals that may transmit coronavirus from China, mainly including snakes, bats, tadpoles, salamanders, civet cats, etc. The relevant measures are implemented until the new coronavirus epidemic is lifted. China imposed a ban on the export of medical supplies to the epidemic.

15. Turkey restricts Chinese imports due to coronavirus outbreak

Fahrettin Koca, Minister of Health, announced on February 7 that Turkey will suspend the import of various animal products from China as a new measure to prevent the spread of new coronaviruses. Koca said that all imported plants, animals and non-living animals, animals and waste will be temporarily suspended. He said the products being suspended include poultry, seafood, molluscs, animal fats and similar products. He also emphasized that the coronavirus is "animal", meaning it has been transmitted from animals to humans. The minister also said that it was not clear from which animal the virus appeared, but precautions had been taken to prevent possible animal-borne infections.

16. Azerbaijan suspends imports of livestock, live animals, etc. from China

Azerbaijan has suspended imports of livestock, live animals and seafood from China, as well as wildlife for zoos. It was reported on January 28, 2020 that the specific start and end time of the measures are unknown. (For details, please refer to the extranet link:

Https://www.azernews.az/business/161114.html)

17. Kazakhstan: postal parcel delivery between Kazakhstan and China suspended

2On February 7, 2020, the postal parcel delivery business between Kazakhstan and China was temporarily suspended because the border between Kazakhstan and China was closed. According to Kazakhstan's Habar Channel 24, the Kazakh government announced at the end of January that it would suspend Kazakhstan-China road, rail and air passenger transport operations.

18. Egypt bans onion imports from China

A few days ago, the Egyptian Food Safety Authority announced a ban on the import of onions from China, and strengthened controls on all food imports from Asian countries (regions), including strengthening cooperation with multiple agencies (mainly quarantine agencies) and strengthening all import and export goods. an examination. The head of the Egyptian Food Safety Authority stressed that the Food Safety Authority will inspect more than 14 agricultural products, including potatoes, citrus and peanuts.

19. Cameroon temporarily suspends import of animals and aquatic products from China (new)

Temporarily stop importing animals and aquatic products from China. Strengthen animal quarantine measures at sea, land and air ports and supervision by animal quarantine departments.

20. Some products banned in Mauritius (new)

According to the latest information from Sohang.com: Recently, the Mediterranean shipping company, the second largest container liner company in the world, issued a notice. From February 6, Mauritius decided to ban certain goods exported to the country from Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of China, Taiwan Province of China and South China. Good luck!

MSC notification content is as follows:

From now on, the following goods are banned from Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of China, Taiwan of China and South China to destinations of Mauritius: the import of live animals and fish, frozen and dried seafood (including fish products such as fish and oyster sauce) , Frozen and dried meat, wool, animal hair, animal feed (including fish feed)

21. Philippines temporarily bans imports of poultry and wild birds and their products (new)

According to the Philippines' "Business Mirror" reported on February 13, the Animal Industry Agency urged poultry breeders to cooperate with the government to report abnormal bird mortality on farms in the event of bird flu in Asian countries. As a precaution, the Ministry of Agriculture has ordered a temporary ban on the import of poultry and wild birds and their products.

22. Bosnia and Herzegovina Takes Measures to Remind New Crown Virus Epidemic (New)

According to reports, Bosnia and Herzegovina's health and epidemic prevention department said that currently there is no danger of new crown pneumonia in Bosnia and Herzegovina, there is no need to panic. Relevant authorities have put forward new requirements to airports and border crossings, that is, passengers who have traveled to Asian countries in the past month and citizens of countries affected by the epidemic must undergo inspection and registration when entering BiH. The Post Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Post Office of the Republika Srpska, and the Mostar branch of the Croatian Post Office have all suspended receiving some types of postal packets from China. The director of the Veterinary Office of Bosnia and Herzegovina Karaba said that Bosnia and Herzegovina pays close attention to the information of the epidemic, and there is no evidence that the control measures at the border and other places need to be strengthened. In the next few days, Poland will also post travel reminder posters at various border ports.

23. India sharply raises import tariffs

Indian Government Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman announced in his 2020-21 government budget that he would raise import tariffs on furniture, footwear, home appliances, mobile phone parts, toys and other products and further amend the tariff law (Section28DA) Anti-dumping and related measures are required to restrict imports!

Specifically raised import tariff products include:

* Footwear tariffs increased from 25% to 35%;

* Toy tariffs have been increased from 20% to 60%;

The tax rate for furniture such as seats, lamps and mattresses will be increased from 20% to 25%;

* Tariffs on appliances such as fans, food grinders / blenders, shavers, water heaters, ovens, toasters, coffee machines, heaters, and irons, and fixed items such as file cabinets and paper trays were increased from 10% to 20%;

The tariff on commercial refrigerators has been increased from 7.5% to 15%;

* The tariff on refrigerators and air-conditioning compressors was increased from 10% to 12.5%;

* The tariff on railway transport fans has been increased from 7.5% to 10%;

The tariff on welding and plasma cutting machines has been increased from 7.5% to 10%;

* For electric vehicles, tariffs on imported fully-built electric buses and electric trucks increased from 25% to 40%, and tariffs on semi-finished products of buses, trucks and two-wheelers increased from 15% to 25%. Tariffs increased from 15% to 30%. For all imported kits of electric vehicles (components imported to India for assembly), tariffs increased from 10% to 15%;

The tariff on shelled walnuts will be increased from 30% to 100%.

In addition, India's government budget for 2020 includes a new chapter in the Tariff Act, which will more strictly regulate the verification of FTA origin. The Indian government has further revised anti-dumping and defense measures in Section 28DA to restrict imports. At present, India's anti-dumping investigations against China are second only to the United States, ranking second in the world.


Ⅱ, the country / regional export control measures for epidemic prevention supplies

1.Export controls on masks in Taiwan, China

Taiwan's "Ministry of Finance Customs Administration" issued an emergency announcement saying that for a period of one month from January 24 to February 23, "masks made of textile materials with a filtering effect of 94% or more" (ie, N95 masks) ) And "masks made of other textile materials" control exports.

2. India bans the export of any masks, protective clothing, etc.

On January 30th, the first confirmed case of pneumonia caused by a new type of coronavirus infection appeared in India. On January 31st, the General Administration of Foreign Trade of the Ministry of Commerce and Industry of India issued a decree prohibiting the export of any protective equipment such as masks and protective clothing. The Ministry of Commerce and Industry ’s website of the General Administration of Foreign Trade of India (https://dgft.gov.in/) shows that this regulation is an amendment to the third part of the Foreign Trade Act [Section3oftheForeignTrade (Development & Regulation) Act]. The main addition is that personal protective equipment including protection Gown and mask exit.

OtKotak, India ’s largest cotton exporter, said that considering the impact of the epidemic, Chinese ports and banks intend to postpone operations, and the company also decided to stop exporting cotton to the Chinese market. It is understood that the cotton giant will look for other overseas buyers in the international market, such as Bangladesh, Indonesia and Vietnam, to fill the vacated position of Chinese buyers.

But: According to the "Hindustan Times" reported on February 10, sources revealed that India has approved the immediate export of at least two batches of protective equipment, including masks, to China, temporarily lifting the relevant ban imposed on the 1st. It is reported that with the approval of the Indian government, these transactions will be conducted on a "commercial" basis between Chinese importers and Indian manufacturers.

3. Nepal restricts export of personal protective materials such as masks

On February 1, the Ministry of Health and Population of Nepal issued an announcement announcing the inspection of personal protective materials such as masks, and restricting their exports in the absence of guaranteed inventory.

4. Exit of Iranian masks and medical equipment must be approved by the Ministry of Health

On February 3rd, Safawi, the director of the Iranian Food and Drug Organization's Medical Equipment and Materials Division announced that, in coordination with the customs, the exit of medical masks without authorization from the Ministry of Health was suspended. In order to meet the domestic needs of Iran, the exit of any medical equipment must be approved by the Ministry of Health to prevent the shortage of medical masks in Iran.

5. Thailand implements export control on masks, polypropylene fibers for producing masks, and hand soap containing alcohol

The Thai Government Gazette website released an announcement on February 4th that it officially listed masks, polypropylene fibers used in the production of masks, and alcohol-based hand sanitizers as control products, with a control period of one year. According to regulations, the Ministry of Commerce of Thailand can require manufacturers, distributors, importers and exporters to disclose clearly the production quantity, import and export quantity, purchase price, sales price and retail price, etc. of the controlled goods.

6. Mongolia: Ban on export of coal at some ports

According to news from the official website of the Mongolian government on February 10, in order to strengthen the prevention and response to new coronary pneumonia, Mongolia has decided to ban the export of coal adjacent to China's four ports from now on to March 2. Nautical charts / Ganqimaodu (Bayannaoer, Inner Mongolia), Xibekulun / Cek (Inner Mongolia Alxa League), Biqigtu / Zhungadabqi (Inner Mongolia Xilinguole League), Bulgan / Takshken (Xinjiang Altay region) and other ports.

7. South Korea

On February 5th, the Korean government announced that it would no longer be suitable for simple customs clearance when it shipped more than 1,000 masks or disinfectants out of the country. If it is suspected that stockpiling is strange, it will immediately report to the police.

8. Vietnam imposes a ban on exporting medical supplies to China (new)

9. Cambodia imposes ban on export of medical supplies to China (new)

10. Bangladesh implements a ban on the export of medical supplies to China (New)

11. Russia is studying temporary restrictions on "personal protective equipment"

According to the latest public report by the Russian media on February 3, the Ministry of Industry and Trade and the Coronavirus Prevention Business Headquarters are discussing the provision of temporary restrictions on the export of "personal protective equipment", that is, the Russian government is considering restricting the export of medical masks and work clothes. The information was confirmed by the chairman of the country's Medical Equipment Manufacturers Association, which stated that "the decision to restrict the export of medical masks and protective clothing has not yet been finalized and the decision must be agreed by the operating headquarters. We are discussing the feasibility of the ban."

According to sources, the issue of restricting the export of medical devices has been discussed at an internal meeting by First Deputy Minister Sergei Tsyb on January 31. However, the final introduction of the policy required the approval of Tatyana Golikova, the deputy prime minister responsible for the coronavirus prevention headquarters.

12. Pakistan (proposed ban)

It is recommended to prohibit the export of N95 masks and gloves.(For details:http://cncc.bingj.com/cache.aspx?q=Ministry+of+Commerce+(MOC)+has+imposed+a+ban+on+the+import+of+any+zoonotic+(animal%2c+birds%2c+etc.)+till+further+advise+in+order+to+prevent+spreading+coronavirus+in+Pakistan.&d=4981883013631652&mkt=en-US&setlang=en-US&w=p6TuOhm7sePZf-T3blp-0aEIN70v6qcu)


III. Quarantine control measures for maritime ships entering the port

(1) Offshore routes

1. Singapore: Increase strict quarantine procedures for Chinese ships

The Singapore Maritime and Port Authority (MPA) has been conducting temperature screening at all marine checkpoints since January 24, including ferry and cruise terminals, Singapore Ports Corporation (PSA) port and JurongPort.

On February 1, the Singapore Maritime and Port Authority (MPA) issued two consecutive announcements stating that the Singapore Port has increased strict quarantine procedures for all ships that have passed the Mainland within 14 days. The rules apply to: a) all arriving vessels calling at Chinese ports within the past 14 days; or b) all arriving vessels and their crews / tourists who have visited the Mainland within the past 14 days. The regulation came into effect at 23:59 on February 1 and required that arriving vessels must submit a maritime health declaration to the National Environment Agency (Port Health Service) 24 hours before arriving at the port of Singapore.

2. Malaysia: Ships from Mainland China will be quarantined

The Malaysian Ministry of Health has adopted a number of precautionary measures at the immigration department. All ships from China are required to be quarantined in a designated quarantine area until the Malaysian Ministry of Health officials inspect the ship. If the inspection reveals that all passengers and crew members are healthy and that the ship's hygiene documents are still valid, the crew members and passengers are allowed to disembark and unload. At the same time, Malaysia has temporary temperature screening offices in 64 immigration offices across the country.

3. Philippines: strict control measures for ships from China and countries affected by the virus

On February 3, the Philippine Ministry of Health announced that it will take strict control measures on ships from China and countries affected by the outbreak of virus in all ports. The specific measures are as follows:

(1) The right of all ships stopped in affected ports to directly enter the berth of the dock will be cancelled.

(2) Relevant staff on these ships shall not disembark.

(3) If a suspected case is reported, all crew members of the ship will be uniformly isolated.

(4) If these ships have obtained permission to unload. When berthing and unloading, the dock operators need to maintain a safe distance from the people on these ships and wear protective measures such as masks and goggles.

(5) Continue to strengthen health management, including avoiding crowd gathering and ensuring a safe distance.

(6) Waste from ships from China needs to be strictly managed.

In addition, the Philippine Ministry of Health also stated that the ship needs to declare the health status of the crew, whether there are similar symptoms such as colds, pneumonia, and the situation of calling at relevant ports in China.

4. Indonesia: Set up a quarantine area to conduct medical inspections on all incoming ships

当局 Authorities in Indonesia's Central Kalimantan and South Kalimantan provinces conducted medical inspections of all vessels, especially those arriving from China, in the quarantine zone. The designated quarantine area is located 2 nautical miles offshore, and it is understood that the quarantine area is mainly for ships bound for Kumai port.

5. Vietnam: Ships and containers imported from China need to be quarantined after 14 days

The Ministry of Health of Vietnam issued a notice that in Haiphong port, ships must be anchored and segregated in a specific place for 14 days before they can reach the port.

According to Vietnam ’s Haiphong Port, containers imported from China need to be quarantined for about 14 days before being imported to Vietnam.

6. Bangladesh: the ship declares whether there is a patient and the crew undergoes medical examination;

The relevant precautionary measures have been taken at the port of Tongji Dagang. When all ships arrive at the outer anchorage of the port, they must declare whether there are patients with new type of coronavirus on board;

的 The medical team led by the port health officer has been working around the clock at the port immigration service. If any sailor wants to leave the ship, he must first undergo a medical examination;

船舶 Only when health officials declare that the crew on the ship are 100% free of the new coronavirus infection can these ships obtain anchor clearance.

7. Australia: Ships from mainland China to Australia will be quarantined for 14 days

The Australian Border Guard announced on February 3 that ships leaving China to Australia after February 1 and after February 1 will be quarantined for 14 days. Thereafter, if the crew does not report any illness, the vessel will operate normally, and if the crew reports illness, the vessel will be quarantined again for 14 days.

限制 Australia's port restrictions vary from one port to another. For example, the Port Authority of New South Wales stated that the Port of New South Wales has adopted the following measures to protect the health and safety of port employees:

(1) For vessels calling at the port of New South Wales, the master must report the situation of the previous 5 ports and confirm that no crew members have symptoms of infection.

(2) If there is evidence of an outbreak or infection on the ship, port employees will not be required to berth.

(3) For ships directly from China and shipping at sea for less than 14 days, the port authority will delay the arrangement of pilot services.

8. Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of China: 10 ports will be closed to limit passenger traffic, freight will not be affected for the time being

In order to further restrict the flow of people, Hong Kong, China has closed 10 ports connecting the Mainland. At present, only Hong Kong Airport, Shenzhen Bay Port, and Zhuhai-Hong Kong Highway Exit of the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge have not been closed. On this basis, Hong Kong, China has enacted subsidiary legislation to the Prevention and Control of Diseases Regulations, requiring immigrants from the Mainland, including Hong Kong residents, mainland residents and other visitors, to undergo compulsory quarantine for 14 days. This measure was implemented in the early morning of the 8th. In addition, Hong Kong, China immediately suspended immigration services at Kai Tak Cruise Terminal and Ocean Terminal Cruise Terminal. However, as of now, cargo inspection, that is, the clearance of container trucks, is not affected for the time being.

9. Kuwait: Crew with symptoms of illness can only get landing permission

The Kuwaiti crude oil, refined oil and natural gas export hub MinaAlAhmadi Port Authority recommends that vessels calling / calling at the last port / transit from China must provide a statement indicating whether there are any crew members with fever, sore throat, coughing or breathing difficulties on board. If so, these vessels will not be able to obtain shore clearance, disembark, provide supplies or provide any other services unless approved by the quarantine agency (PMO).

10. United Arab Emirates: Provide crew members with no symptoms of illness 3 days before arrival

The Federal Transport Administration-Land and Maritime Authority's Notice No. 2 of 2020 issued on January 30, 2020 states that all ships in the UAE ports that ensure that they arrive at Chinese ports within the past 30 days must provide the captain's statement that the crew members are asymptomatic, the The statement must be provided at least 3 days before arrival.

11.Russia: 16 passenger ports are closed to limit passenger traffic, and freight is not affected for the time being

Russian Prime Minister Mishuskin signed an order on January 30 to close the borders of the Far East. The related order involves 16 customs clearance points on the border between Russia and China, which have been closed since January 31, including customs clearance points for cars and trains.

Temporarily restricted 16 Sino-Russian border ports: Post Baikalsk (railway)-Manzhouli (railway), Post Baikalsk (highway)-Manzhouli (highway), Former Chuluhaituy-Heishantou (Hulunbuir, Inner Mongolia), Oloch-Shiwei (Hulunbuir, Inner Mongolia), Blagoveshchensk-Heihe, Poyarkovo-Sunk (Heihe, Heilongjiang), Amurcet Village-Luobei (Hegang, Heilongjiang), Xia Lenin Squayer-Tongjiang (Jiamusi City, Heilongjiang), Khabarovsk-Fuyuan (Jiamusi City, Heilongjiang), Pokrovka-Raohe (Shuangyashan City, Heilongjiang Province), Turirog-Mishan (Jixi, Heilongjiang Province) City), Pogranichny (railway)-Suifenhe (railway), Pogranichny (highway)-Suifenhe (highway), Portafka-Dongning (Mudanjiang City, Heilongjiang), Kraskino-Hunchun (Jilin Yanbian), Mahalino-Hunchun (Jilin Yanbian).

12. Kyrgyzstan: Kyrgyzstan-China border crossing temporarily closed

Since February 1, the Kyrgyzstan-China border crossings have been temporarily closed, all flights between Kyrgyzstan and China have been suspended, and visas to Kyrgyzstan have been suspended for Chinese citizens.

13. Saudi Arabia: Ships within 14 days of departure from China should notify relevant procedures in a timely manner

Any ship within 14 days of departure from China should promptly notify the health hotline of the Ministry of Health, the port maritime administrative department and the port management department to go through relevant procedures. Chinese crew members and any passengers infected with virus-like symptoms must submit a list of ports visited in the past.

14. Qatar: Chinese ships should submit medical report declaration 48 hours in advance

Any ship directly through or transiting through the last port in China should report any suspected cases on board before reaching the maritime border. The medical report should be submitted at least 48 hours in advance.

15. Oman: All ships submit health reports to the International Maritime Organization and submit coronavirus questionnaires

All vessels must submit a health report to the IMO and submit a coronavirus questionnaire. The crew list must be submitted with the declaration. All crew members who have come from China in the past 16 days must hold a recent valid health certificate.

16. Thailand: Ships arriving in China with crew and passengers must submit a Maritime Health Declaration Form

All arriving ships carrying crew and passengers at ports in Mainland China must submit maritime health declaration forms.

17. Japan: Submit a health survey form to the quarantine authority before the ship arrives

All ships arriving from foreign ports must complete a health survey form and submit it to the quarantine authority before the ship arrives. At present, Japan has no other special restrictions on these unpolluted ships and crew.

18. South Korea: Ships passing through Chinese ports in the past 14 days must undergo on-board quarantine

All ships that have passed through Chinese ports within the past 14 days must undergo on-board quarantine. Passes will be issued after passing the inspection.

19. Mongolia will close all China-Mongolia border ports since February 1

From February 1st to March 2nd, the following restrictions have been imposed on the customs clearance activities of passengers entering and leaving China-Mongolia border ports: freight vehicles (coal, copper concentrate, iron ore, crude oil, food, cargo) between the two countries Etc.) Only for drivers, from Bulgan / Takshken, Sibeculum / Czech, Gashu Suhaitu / Ganqimao Road, Hangi / Mandurah, Zamyn Uud / Erenhot, Bigegue / Zhun Gadabuqi, Bayanhushu / Ebudug and other border roads and exits through the border. Highway ports at the borders of China / Mongolia, such as Ocean / Hongshanzui, Beitag / Urastai, Burgastai / Lao Temple, Somber / Arsan, Habijga / Ajhasat, are temporarily closed.

20. Kazakhstan suspends work on Kazakh side of Horgos Border Cooperation Center

The government of Kazakhstan has adopted a series of emergency measures to prevent the spread of new coronavirus, including:

(1) Strengthen the health quarantine, surveillance and immigration check at border crossings of aviation, highway and railway;

(Ii) Medical tracking and supervision of all personnel from China according to their place of residence;

. Stop implementing the 72-hour transit visa exemption system for passengers from China;

21. Tajikistan: Closing of the Korama port

Tajik News Agency Dushanbe reported on January 30 that Tajikistan's Deputy Minister of Economic Development and Trade Tojikin Jurazoda said at a press conference that although the Central Takurabu Port has been closed according to Chinese recommendations, but Coronavirus cannot hinder the development of trade relations between the two countries. Some Chinese goods will be transported by sea to a third country and then transferred to Tajikistan.

22. Myanmar's Raki Port reopens (new)

The Leiji Port was reopened. People infected with or suspected to be infected must report in advance before entering Myanmar. On the morning of February 12, 2020, Myanmar's Krayki port was reopened and trucks could enter and leave China. Prior to this, affected by the outbreak of the new coronavirus pneumonia, the border crossing of Reiki-Myanmar-China was temporarily closed. Agricultural products such as bananas, sugarcane, watermelon, rice, and corn produced in Bamo County are mainly exported through Leki Port. Affected by the new coronavirus epidemic, a regulation recently written into the draft law on the prevention and control of infectious diseases in Myanmar has received widespread attention. Chapter IX. 23 (A) and (B) of the draft law on the prevention and control of infectious diseases stipulates that entry from airports, seaports, and border crossings is required if there are infectious or suspected infections announced by the Ministry of Health on planes, ships and vehicles , Animals, animal products, etc., need to notify the health department in advance. At the same time, when discarding trash from airplanes, boats and vehicles, strict compliance with the regulations of the health department is also required. If the above rules are violated, the person responsible will be fined 5 million to 10 million kyats.

23. Madagascar: Port Authority strengthens quarantine of vessels calling at ports

In order to prevent new crown pneumonia, the Port Authority of Madagascar (APMF) issued an announcement on February 11 requiring ships from foreign ports and ports to be called in Malaysia to strictly implement the following requirements:

1. After the ship enters the pilot station, only the quarantine officer can board the ship to assess the health status of the people on board;

2. If the quarantine officer does not find any suspicious symptoms, he may allow the pilot to enter the cabin;

3. If any suspected or confirmed case is found, the ship's request for docking will be rejected, and Malaysia will then issue a deportation order to avoid endangering port staff;

4. Madagascar does not accept calls from ships carrying patients with new crown pneumonia.

The announcement will be implemented from the date of issue (February 4) until the new order is promulgated.


(B) Ocean routes

1. United States: Crew and passenger situation must be reported within 15 days, no refusal to dock

The news that caused widespread concern was that for ships that have called at Chinese ports in the last 15 days, and there were no suspected cases of new coronary pneumonia on board, they could not enter the port until the 16th day. The information proved to be false. According to the safety announcement provided to the media by the Seattle / Tacoma port, the crew / passenger's illness and death in the past 15 days must be reported to the local CDC. If there are sick crew members on board, the boarding team should verify the CDC's disease. Local officials must also be prepared to follow the "ship quarantine and quarantine" procedures. At the same time, the U.S. Coast Guard ’s preventive measures against Wuhan ’s new coronavirus have clearly stated that it is only necessary to report the situation of crew and passengers in the past 15 days to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in accordance with federal regulations, and there is no requirement to refuse docking.

However, most ports in the United States have issued ship safety information announcements, requiring supplementary reports from vessels in China that have recently called in. The supplementary report includes crew health information and potential interactions with individuals who may show symptoms similar to the new coronavirus. Report.

2. South Africa: Ships arriving directly from China will be isolated

The Durban Port Health Authority suggested that as carriers of the new coronavirus symptoms may be asymptomatic, all ships arriving directly from China will be quarantined as a precautionary measure to prevent the spread of infection.

3. Argentina: Ships must provide ship entry health quarantine certificate

From January 31, 2020, before the ship arrives, it is required to provide a "ship entry sanitary quarantine certificate" and it must include a copy of the ship's medical log for the last 48 hours.

The Health Bureau also recommends that anyone who suspects that any crew member or passenger on an international voyage may have the new coronavirus or any similar symptoms should immediately notify the relevant agencies; suspected personnel must be quarantined and awaiting instructions from the Health Bureau.

4. Brazil: Submit an entry health quarantine certificate 2-3 days in advance and fill in the Maritime Health Declaration

The average sailing time between Brazilian and Chinese vessels is 45 days, and the incubation period will be during the voyage. Based on this, Brazil requires:

The completed Maritime Health Declaration must be correctly completed to assess whether the quarantine is passed. In addition, a request for "ship entry sanitary quarantine certificate" must be submitted 48 to 72 hours in advance for advance evaluation;

Any changes in the health status of the crew or passengers must be reported immediately to the health bureau;

If there is a suspected new type of coronavirus on board, a quarantine certificate will be issued on board, a local emergency plan will be triggered, and the designated crew will be sent to the hospital if necessary;

Suspects will be quarantined, and others who have come into contact with the suspects must wear protective masks.

5. Egypt: Three days of epidemic prevention inspection is required after China container declaration

Egyptian customs ports require that, from January 31, 2020, all containers / bulk cargo arriving from China will complete customs clearance formalities and require three days of epidemic prevention inspection at the port warehouse to be cleared.

But the actual situation faced by Chinese-funded enterprises is slightly changed, and some enterprises have not been required to conduct a three-day epidemic prevention inspection.

6. France: Fosse port suspends trains from Wuhan to Durge

The Port of Fawkes confirmed the suspension of the train service from Wuhan to Durge, and the goods will be transferred in batches by other vessels calling on China.

7. United Kingdom: Fuchs port suspends trains from Wuhan to Durge

All vessels that have previously docked at Chinese ports must submit a crew list, crew change information and maritime health declaration form before arrival.

8. Italy: All ships calling at Italian ports must provide a certificate of sanitation

All vessels calling at Italian ports must require proof of sanitation. The above-mentioned sanitation certificate must include: Maritime Health Declaration Form; SSECC copy; passenger list and crew list; port call list for the first 14 days.

9. Spain: Fill in maritime health declaration form via port web application upon arrival

The captain needs to upload the maritime health declaration form through the port web application upon arrival to notify the health bureau.

10. Panama: Ships from countries or ports with confirmed cases reported within the first 30 days

Vessels from countries or ports with confirmed cases should be reported to the Panama Maritime Window (VUMPA) within 30 days before arrival.

11. Suez: No crew change without approval and confirmation from the authorities

No restrictions; however, crew members may not be replaced without approval and confirmation from the authorities.

12. Greece: Official restrictions on Chinese ships or vessels calling at Chinese ports have not yet been issued

Officials have not released restrictions on Chinese ships or ships calling at Chinese ports. Previously, a large container ship owned by Yangming Shipping was refused to berth at the port of Piraeus, Greece, and was able to berth after floating for up to 12 hours. However, the pilots and personnel at the port refused to pilot ships that had visited Chinese ports because they did not receive guidance on the safety inspection of the new coronavirus. However, no relevant policy documents have been issued by the country against port calls to Chinese ports.

13. Germany / Netherlands / Belgium: currently unlimited

There are currently no restrictions.


IV. Favorable dynamics of trade in various countries (regions)

1. Brazil's agriculture minister says normal trade between the two countries is not affected by the outbreak

On February 4th, Chinese Ambassador to Brazil Yang Wanming and Brazilian Minister of Agriculture Christina accepted an interview with the mainstream media. Christina expressed her belief that the normal trade between the two countries will not be affected by the epidemic and will maintain a good momentum as before. Pakistan will not take restrictive measures against China in the field of trade.

2. Malaysia does not restrict trade with China

On January 30, Malaysia ’s Deputy Minister of International Trade and Industry Wang Jianmin said in an interview with the media that although China is experiencing a new coronavirus epidemic, Malaysia ’s import and export activities with China will not be affected. So far, trade activities between the two countries have not been suspended due to the outbreak.

3. Ukraine: New Crown virus will not affect grain exports to China (New)

Reuters, February 6 news, Ukrainian officials and traders believe that the epidemic of the new crown virus will not affect the country's food exports to China. China is a major importer of Ukrainian corn and sunflower oil. Ukraine APK Information Consulting said that Ukraine exported at least 208,000 tons of corn to China from January 25 to 31.

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