A2 to meet new China e-commerce rules by March 31 extended deadline

Jenny Ruth
Sun, 02 Dec 2018

By Jenny Ruth Dec. 3 (BusinessDesk) - A2 Milk is confident it will meet all new Chinese cross-border e-commerce requirements affecting the sale of its Platinum infant formula in that country on or before March 31 next year. China’s government has extended the grace period for foreign companies to meet these new requirements to that date from Jan. 1. The new requirements include English label products that comply with country of origin regulations can continue to be sold in China through e-commerce channels if they provide the consumer...
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