1 edition of Plant quarantine and phytosanitary barriers to trade in the ASEAN found in the catalog.
Plant quarantine and phytosanitary barriers to trade in the ASEAN
by ASEAN Plant Quarantine Centre and Training Institute in Serdang, Selangor
Written in English
Held at Serdang, Selangor, Malaysia.
|Statement||editors K.G. Singh and P.L. Manalo.|
|Contributions||Singh, K. G., Manalo, P. L., ASEAN Plant Quarantine Centre and Training Institute.|
Equivalence Recognition in Free Trade Agreements in the Asia-Pacific Region Submitted by: ASEAN Workshop on Trade Facilitation Through the Recognition of Food Safety Systems Equivalence Lima, Peru June File Size: 1MB. Sanitary and phytosanitary (SPS) measures have potential to create barrier for exports from the developing countries. 9 The WTO Agreement on the Application of Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures (SPS Agreement) has facilitated trade from the developing countries by improving transparency, promoting harmonisation and preventing the File Size: KB.
Plant Quarantine Form 20 Undertaking to Grow imported Plants in an Approved Post-Entry Quarantine Facility Under the supervision of Inspection Authority. Plant Quarantine Form 21 Phytosanitary Certificate. Plant Quarantine Form 22 Model Phytosanitary . PGrFa Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture Pra Pest Risk Analysis sPM Sanitary and Phytosanitary measures sPs Sanitary and Phytosanitary Agreement TBT Technical Barriers to Trade TriPs Agreement on Trade-related Aspects of Intellectual Property Rights un united Nations unECE united Nations economic Commission for europe unEP united File Size: 1MB.
Plant Quarantine Stations • National Plant Quarantine Station (NPQS), Rangapuri, New Delhi • Regional Plant Quarantine Stations: Amritsar, Chennai, Kolkata, Mumbai • 75 Notified points of entry at various Seaports (42), Airports (19) and Land frontiers (14) • 65 Inland Container Depots • 11 Foreign Post Offices A. T. Daunde 22 • Sanitary and Phytosanitary (SPS) measures aim to address this risk while avoiding Technical Barriers to Trade (TBT) • Where is SPS applied? –Typically applied to trade in, or movement of, animal-based and plant-based products within or between countries Historic importance of plant diseases and pests Over the centuries, diseases and pests.
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You are here: Home» Trade Topics» Trade in Goods» Technical Barriers to Trade/Sanitary and Phytosanitary Article 8 of the Agreement provides obligations for Parties to eliminate non-trade barriers on a timeframe which is mutually agreed by Parties. Phytosanitary (pertaining Plant Quarantine) Measure: Any legislation, regulation or official procedure having the purpose to prevent the introduction and/ or spread of quarantine pests.
* Vijaysegaran, S. () Plant quarantine and phytosanitary barriers to trade in the ASEAN, DecemberSelangor, Malaysia, pp. Situation in. With the objective to eliminate non-tariff barriers (NTBs) in the form of phytosanitary measures affecting ASEAN trade, the ASEAN Member States have finalised an endemic pest list for rice-milled, citrus-fruit, mango-fruit, potato-tuber, and dendrobium orchids cut-flowers.
ASEAN countries to gain access to international markets, justify quarantine measures and border practices, and remove unwarranted sanitary and phytosanitary (SPS) barriers to trade.
The keys to building a regional, networked diagnostic capacity are well-trained specialist diagnosticians and sharing this capability in the ASEAN region. the aim to facilitate trade and avoid the use of unjustifiable measures as barriers to trade. The date of endorsement is given in each standard.
APPLICATION International Standards for Phytosanitary Measures (ISPMs) are adopted by contracting parties to the IPPC through the Commission on Phytosanitary Measures. technical assistance in plant quarantine. This programme makes available to FAO Members and other interested parties these standards, guidelines and recommendations to achieve international harmonization of phytosanitary measures, with the aim to facilitate trade and avoid the use of unjustifiable measures as barriers to trade.
It focuses on the Sanitary and Phytosanitary (SPS) barriers. In Section 2, the standard, small country, partial equilibrium model is modified to reflect the investment aspect of trade policy reform.
Principles of plant quarantine as related to international trade / 2 Review and amendment International standards for phytosanitary measures are subject to periodic review and amendment. The next review date for this standard is Decemberor such other date as may be agreed upon by the Commission on Phytosanitary Measures.
Now Article 5 of the CEPT Agreement calls on Member States to “eliminate other non-tariff barriers on a gradual basis within a period of five years after the enjoyment of concessions”. Member Countries are working to develop detained work programmes on eliminating NTBs for endorsement by the ASEAN Economic Ministers Meeting.
regional standards for phytosanitary measures to support regional harmonization, with the aim to facilitate trade and avoid the use of unjustifiable measures as barriers to trade. This standard was endorsed by the twenty-fourth session of the Asia and Pacific Plant Protection Commission in September He Changchui Assistant Director-General and.
Sanitary or phytosanitary measures include all relevant laws, decrees, regulations, requirements and procedures including, inter alia, end product criteria; processes and production methods; testing, inspection, certification and approval procedures; quarantine treatments including relevant requirements associated with the transport of animals or plants, or with the.
The eight biogeographical regions on the global basis are European and Mediterranean Plant Protection Organization (EPPO), Interafrican Phytosanitary Council (IAPSC) Organismo International Regional de Sanidad Agropecuria (OIRSA), Plant Protection Committee for the South-East Asia and Pacific Region (SEAPPC), Near East Plant Protection Commission (NEPPC), Comite Interameicano de Protection Agricola (CIPA), Caribbean Plant Protection Commission.
The SPS Agreement established a Committee on Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures (the "SPS Committee") to provide a forum for consultations about food safety or animal and plant health measures which affect trade, and to ensure the implementation of the SPS Agreement.
MANAGEMENT OF SANITARY AND PHYTOSANITARY MEASURES – THE MALAYSIAN EXPERIENCE By Wan Normah Wan Ismail and Ricky Yong 1 1. Legal Framework and Institutional Responsibilities. The present Malaysian law that governs the movement of plants into and from the country is the Plant Quarantine ActPlant Quarantine Regulations Sanitary and phytosanitary (SPS) measures are quarantine and biosecurity measures which applied to protect human, animal or plant life or health from risks arising from the introduction, establishment and spread of pests and diseases and from risks arising from additives, toxins and contaminants in food and feed.
risks associated with imports. The measures usually take the form of quarantine or food safety requirements. The measures that WTO members apply can be classified as sanitary (relating to human or animal life or health) or phytosanitary (relating to plant life or health).
They are commonly known as SPS measures. negotiate phytosanitary requirements for the safe trade of live plants and fresh fruits and vegetables Issued more thanplant health certificates, facilitating the export of U.S.
commodities valued at $ billion Processed approximatelyLacey Act declarations, helping to reduce illegal harvest and trade of protected plant speciesFile Size: 1MB. Pest management and phytosanitary trade barriers. This chapter discusses pest management and enumerates some reasons for phytosanitary barriers to trade, and mentions the quarantine of some regulated pests and their origins.
Welcome to the ATR Topics - In line with the ASEAN Trade in Goods Agreement (ATIGA), the ASEAN Trade Repository (ATR) is intended to provide transparency on the trade and customs laws and procedures of all ASEAN Member States (AMSs). To facilitate trade, the competent authorities of the relevant Parties may develop equivalence arrangements and make equivalence decisions, in particular in accordance with Article 4 of the SPS Agreement and with the guidance provided by the relevant international standard setting bodies and by the WTO Committee on Sanitary and Phytosanitary.As provided for in Article 3, they are the Codex Alimentarius Commission (Codex), World Organization for Animal Health (OIE) and the Secretariat of the International Plant Protection Convention (IPPC).
The SPS agreement is closely linked to the Agreement on Technical Barriers to Trade, which was signed in the same year and has similar goals. The TBT Emerged from .effects that sanitary and phytosanitary regulations and barriers can have on trade in agriculture, taking into account the relevant international agree- ments.