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Mainland China bans Taiwan wax and sugar apple imports as cross-strait relations continue to worsen

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Mainland China has banned imports of sugar apples and wax apples from Taiwan from Monday, citing biosafety fears over plant pests.It follows a similar measure earlier this year to ban imports of pineapples from Taiwan amid ongoing cross-strait tensions.The General Administration of Customs in China said in a notice that Planococcus minor, a bug that feeds on a wide variety of agricultural crops and plants, has been found on sugar and wax apples from Taiwan “on multiple occasions” this year…

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Mainland China has banned imports of sugar apples and wax apples from Taiwan from Monday, citing biosafety fears over plant pests.It follows a similar measure earlier this year to ban imports of pineapples from Taiwan amid ongoing cross-strait tensions.The General Administration of Customs in China said in a notice that Planococcus minor, a bug that feeds on a wide variety of agricultural crops and plants, has been found on sugar and wax apples from Taiwan “on multiple occasions” this year…

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