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They guide Venezuelan companies how to export to China

Representatives of the companies learned about the registration and certification processes necessary to export hydrobiological products

Representatives of Venezuelan companies were trained on the registration and certification processes necessary to export hydrobiological products to China.

The training workshop guided Venezuelan companies that export hydrobiological products to obtain the China Import Food Enterprises Registration CIFER, according to a press release from the Ministry of Fisheries and Aquaculture.

The meeting was held at the Ministry of Fisheries and Aquaculture, organized in collaboration with the Single Window for International Trade of the People's Republic of China.

The objective was to train Venezuelan companies on the registration and certification processes necessary to export hydrobiological products to China, promote collaboration and exchange of knowledge between the fishing and aquaculture sectors of both countries, in addition to promoting food quality and safety in exports to the Chinese market.

"It is a quite important step, the system (CIFER) is quite friendly, we are going to continue growing with the Ministry's vision, which is that we can bring our products to the People's Republic of China," said Alexander Salazar, representative of the Trapismar company.

Venezuelan companies will be able to present in the CIFER system the benefits and characteristics of the fishing and aquaculture resources that they wish to export to the Asian market.

The general director of the International Affairs Integration Office of the Ministry of Fisheries and Aquaculture, María Inés Novas, shared her experience and knowledge about trade opportunities between Venezuela and China in the field of aquaculture and fishing.

Marcos Medina, deputy director of the International Affairs Integration Office, presented the latest updates on the requirements and procedures for registration in the CIFER.

Elizabeth Cudemus, advisor to the Ministry of Fisheries, offered practical recommendations for export companies interested in accessing the Chinese market.

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