Exporters frustrated with CCIC regulations
Sep 10, 2013 | 03:58 PM
| Nathan Laliberte
NEW YORK A growing number of U.S. scrap exporters have expressed confusion and frustration over stepped-up inspection procedures put in place by China Certification & Inspection Co. Ltd. (CCIC).
The agency, which describes itself as an impartial, third-party "trade-service enterprise specializing in survey and inspection," is largely responsible for enforcing the regulations set forth in Chinas "Operation Green Fence," a program designed to cut down on imports of banned substances.
The problem isnt with Chinas new environmental initiatives, but with the constantly changing enforcement of regulations, exporters said.....
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