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China’s customs authorities ban seafood from Japan after Fukushima plant starts wastewater release

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OKUMA (JAPAN), Aug 24 (AP): Chinese customs authorities banned seafood from Japan in response
to the tsunami-wrecked Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant starting its wastewater release on
Thursday, customs authorities said in an announcement.
The ban starts immediately and will affect all imports of “aquatic products” including seafood,
according to the notice. Authorities said they will “dynamically adjust relevant regulatory measures
as appropriate to prevent the risks of nuclear-contaminated water discharge to the health and food
safety of our country.”

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