THE EUROPEAN Union has lifted a ban on Chinese imports of certain fish, (including whole farmed and wild fish, gutted and de-headed fish and fish fillets of Alaska pollack, cod, redfish farmed fish and crustaceans), following tests by the EU Food and Veterinary Office. The ban had been announced in March, followed the detection of the banned drug chloramphenicol in certain fish products.

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