"The farmers could not receive an appropriate price of these crops due to import of tomatoes and a ban on export of onions," letter read.
“Companies will now also be required to provide information to assess existing or potential shortages, when requested, and within 24 hours if there is a serious or imminent health risk,” the statement said.
As for OMC licensed pumps that were dry, more than half have been restored and balance is expected to be restored by Saturday (tomorrow).
BEIJING: For years China was the world´s top destination for recyclable trash, but a ban on certain imports has left nations scrambling to find new dumping grounds for growing piles of garbage. The decision was announced in July and came into force on January 1, giving companies from Europe to the United States barely six months to look for other options, and forcing some to store rubbish in parking lots. In China, some recycling companies have had to lay off staff or shut down due to the lost business. The ban bars…