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从价 (Ad Valorem)
动物产品 (Animal Product)
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关税 (Customs Duty)
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出口限制 (Export Restriction)
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自主关税 (free tariff)
如何报关、结关和清关? (how to apply to the customs, settle and clear the customs)
怎样进行进出口货物的查验 (how to inspect the import and export merchandise)
处于发展初级阶段 (In the Early Etages of Development)
对技术进出口的管理 (management of technology trading)
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我国的报关注册登记制度 (regulate of customs clearing registeration in China)
储备货币 (Reserve Currency)
关税和贸易总协定秘书处 (Secretariat of GATT)
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最惠国税率 (The Most-favoured-nation Rate of Duty)
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过境关税 (Transit Duty)
差价关税 (Variable Import Levies)
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动物产品 (Animal Product)
definition: A product made from animal material
Import Health Standard For The Importation Into New Zealand Of Spray-Dried Bovine And Porcine Blood Products For Further Processing Into Animal Food From The United States Of America
Issued pursuant to Section 22 of the Biosecurity Act 1993 Dated: 20 April 2004 USER GUIDE The information in MAF animal and animal product
import health standards is presented in numerically ordered sections with descriptive titles. Sections are grouped into one of four parts, designated alphabetically.
Part A. GENERAL INFORMATION contains sections of general interest, including those relating to the legal basis for MAF import health standards and the general
responsibilities of every importer of animals and animal products.
Part B. IMPORTATION PROCEDURE contains sections that outline the requirements to be met prior to and during importation. Whether a permit to import is required to be obtained prior to importation is noted, as are conditions of eligibility, transport and general
conditions relating to documentation accompanying the consignment.
Part C. CLEARANCE PROCEDURE contains sections describing the requirements to be met at the New Zealand border and, if necessary, in a transitional facility in New Zealand prior to any consignment being given biosecurity clearance.
Part D. ZOO SANITARY CERTIFICATION
contains model health certification which must be completed by the appropriate personnel as indicated in the certification and accompany the consignment to New Zealand. When MAF has accepted health certification produced by a government authority in the exporting country as meeting the requirements of the model health certification this
is noted. When no health certification is required to accompany consignments Part D. will note “none required”.
PART A. GENERAL INFORMATION 1 IMPORT HEALTH STANDARD 1.1 Pursuant to section 22 of the Biosecurity Act 1993, this document is the import health standard for the importation into New Zealand of spray-dried bovine and porcine
blood products for further processing into animal food from the United States of America.
1.2 Obtaining biosecurity clearance for each consignment of spray-dried bovine and porcine blood products for further processing into animal food imported into New Zealand from the United States of America is dependent upon the consignment
meeting the requirements of this import health standard.
1.3 This import health standard may be reviewed, amended or revoked if there are changes in New Zealand's import policy or the animal health status of the originating country, or for any other lawful reason, at the discretion of the Director Animal Biosecurity.
RESPONSIBILITIES 2.1 The costs to MAF in performing functions relating to the importation of spray-dried bovine and porcine blood products shall be recovered in accordance with the Biosecurity Act and any regulations made under that Act.
2.2 All costs involved with documentation, transport, storage and obtaining a biosecurity
direction and/or biosecurity clearance shall be borne by the importer or agent.
3 DEFINITION OF TERMS animal food
This refers to food suitable for direct feeding to non-ruminant animals, birds and fish.
As defined by the Biosecurity Act 1993.
Director Animal Biosecurity
The Director Animal
Biosecurity, New Zealand Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry, or any person who for the time being may lawfully exercise and perform the power and functions of the Director Animal Biosecurity.
Acceptance by MAF that the circumstances relating to the importation of a consignment are such that the health status of the
consignment is equivalent to the health status of a consignment that complies with the requirements of the import health standard.
New Zealand Inspector
As defined by the Biosecurity Act 1993.
The New Zealand Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry.
An official veterinarian means a veterinarian
authorized by the Veterinary Administration of the country to perform animal health and/or public health inspections of commodities and, when appropriate, perform certification in conformity with the provisions of the chapter of the OIE Code pertaining to principles of certification
Specified risk materials (SRMs)
From animals of
all ages: the entire head (excluding the tongue) including the brain, eyes, trigeminal ganglia and tonsils; the thymus; and the intestines from the duodenum to the rectum. From animals older than 6 months: the spleen and spinal cord. From animals older than 30 months: the vertebral column (including dorsal root ganglia).
EQUIVALENCE 4.1 It is expected that the animal product will meet the conditions of this import health standard in every respect. If the products do not comply with the requirements, an application for equivalence may be submitted to MAF for consideration. Detailed information supporting the application for equivalence must be forwarded
to MAF for a decision.
PART B. IMPORTATION PROCEDURE 5 PERMIT TO IMPORT 5.1 Importation into New Zealand of spray-dried bovine and porcine blood products for further processing into animal food from the United States of America which meet the requirements of this import health standard may, subject to sections 27 and 28 of the
Biosecurity Act, be given Biosecurity clearance and do not require a Biosecurity direction to a transitional facility. As such, they do not require a permit to import.
6 DOCUMENTATION ACCOMPANYING THE CONSIGNMENT 6.1 The consignment shall be accompanied by appropriately completed health certification which meets the requirements of
PART D. ZOO SANITARY CERTIFICATION.
6.2 Documentation shall be in English, but may be bilingual (language of exporting country/English).
6.3 It is the importer’s responsibility to ensure that any documentation presented in accordance with the requirements of this import health standard is original (unless otherwise specified) and
clearly legible. Failure to do so may result in delays in obtaining biosecurity direction and/or clearance or rejection of consignments.
6.4 The feeding of ruminant protein (i.e. bovine blood products in this case) in any form, composition or admixture to ruminants (e.g. cattle, sheep, goats, deer, alpacas) is prohibited under the
Biosecurity (Ruminant Protein) Regulations 1999.
6.5 Products containing ruminant protein, or any material from premises that render, produce or utilise ruminant protein, must not be sent for further processing to any premises where feed suitable for ruminants is produced under the Biosecurity (Ruminant Protein) Regulations 1999.
6.6 Consignments containing ruminant protein, or any material from premises that render, produce or utilise ruminant protein, must be labelled in accordance with clause 14(c)(ii) of the Biosecurity (Ruminant Protein) Regulations 1999.
PART C. CLEARANCE PROCEDURE 7 BIOSECURITY CLEARANCE 7.1 Upon arrival in New Zealand the
documentation accompanying the consignment shall be inspected by an Inspector at the port of arrival. The Inspector may also inspect the consignment, or a sample of the consignment.
7.2 Providing that the consignment meets all requirements noted under PART D. ZOOSANITARY CERTIFICATION, the consignment may, subject to sections 27 and
28 of the Biosecurity Act 1993, be given a biosecurity clearance pursuant to section 26 of the Biosecurity Act 1993.
PART D. ZOOSANITARY CERTIFICATION 8 NEGOTIATED EXPORT CERTIFICATION The following Model Zoosanitary Certificate contains the information required by MAF to accompany imports of spray-dried bovine and/or porcine blood
products for further processing into animal food into New Zealand from the United States of America:
9 MODEL ZOOSANITARY CERTIFICATION COMMODITY: Spray-dried bovine and porcine blood products for further processing into animal food from the USA
I. ORIGIN OF THE
i. Name(s) and address(s) of processing premises:
ii. Processing premises registration number (if applicable):
II. CONSIGNMENT DESCRIPTION
i. Number of packages:
ii. Nature of packaging:
iii. Nature of the goods:
iv. Animal species product derived from:
v. Number of the container(s) and container seal
vi. Weight in kilograms (kg):
III. CONSIGNMENT INFORMATION
i. Name and address of exporter:
ii. Name and address of New Zealand importer:
IV. DESTINATION OF THE CONSIGNMENT
i. Name and address of New Zealand importer:
V. SANITARY INFORMATION
........................................................, an Official Veterinarian authorized by the USA Government certify, after due enquiry, with respect to the bovine and/or porcine blood products identified in this Zoosanitary Certificate that:
9.1 Foot and mouth disease and rinderpest have not occurred in the United States of
America during the twelve months immediately prior to manufacture of the products.
9.2 In the case of porcine blood products: African swine fever, classical swine fever (hog cholera) and swine vesicular disease have not occurred in the United States of America during the twelve months immediately prior to manufacture of the products.
9.3 In the case of bovine blood products: The products do not contain any specified risk materials (SRMs). (Note: See Section 3 for definition of SRMs).
9.4 The products originate from a government licensed slaughtering establishment that slaughters animals for human consumption and operates under Government Veterinary
9.5 The products are derived from animals subjected to ante-mortem and post-mortem inspection and were found to be free from signs of disease.
9.6 The products are suitable to be used to manufacture animal food.
9.7 The products have been packed in new, clean packaging.
Signature of Official Veterinarian:
Name and Address of Office:
N.B. Official stamp of the government veterinary authority of the exporting country must be applied to all pages of the Zoosanitary Certification.
Ref: AI-US30O FODBLOIC.USA