China bans imports of 6 Indian companies amid CORONA period

Jun 11 2021 01:37 PM
China bans imports of 6 Indian companies amid CORONA period

New Delhi: China, which has thrown the whole world into a global epidemic, is now trying to influence trade by making the Corona virus an issue. China has banned six Indian companies exporting marine products. China says traces of corona virus have been found in the packing of these companies, which has led to a week's suspension of imports of their frozen products.

In the name of corona virus, China has been checking frozen food products imported from all over the world since the beginning of last year. From time to time, he has also been banning imports from companies by saying that corona virus marks have been found in the package. China's customs administration has said that virus marks were found on the package of marine products of these six companies, which will suspend their imports for a week from Thursday (June 10, 2021).

China's National Health Commission on Thursday said that six cases of corona virus have been reported locally. The cases were registered from his south Guangdong province, while 15 cases were reported from abroad on Wednesday. Tell us that corona cases first surfaced in Wuhan, China, in September 2019.

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