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Chinese direct horse export process agreed

The export of Irish horses directly to China has been given the go-ahead by the Chinese authorities in a new deal that will cut costs for Irish breeders.

13th July, 2013

The export of Irish horses directly to China has been given the go-ahead by the Chinese authorities in a new deal that will cut costs for Irish breeders. It follows a trade agreement with China worth millions of euro to the Irish equine industry.

Horses will be exported directly to China following agreement from the Chinese authorities on a veterinary certification process.

They will no longer go through a quarantine process in the Netherlands that...

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