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4. BIRDNEST PROCESSING LICENCE
5. ID REGISTRATION
7. ESTABLISTMENT NUMBER
Monday, July 15, 2013
Malaysia has been given the green light by China to resume the export of bird's nest to the country, after a two year hiatus.
Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak who announced this today, attributed the achievement to the hard work, put up by former MCA president, Tan Sri Ong Ka Ting.
The Prime Minister made the announcement in parliament today, after meeting a delegation from Guangxi, led by its Governor Cheng Wu.
Datuk Seri Najib added that the Chinese government, has created a special hub, to process and run lab tests on the bird's nests that are imported from Malaysia.
China banned the imports of bird's nest from Malaysia in July 2011 following the discovery of high level of nitrite in supposedly "clean" Malaysian birds nests.
The ban has hit the country's swiftlet industry hard, as China was reported to be the biggest importer of Malaysia's bird's nest products, with a trading value of about 1 billion ringgit annually.