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Beekeeping Association Files Complaint Against Chinese Imports

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With the professional help of the Ministry of Agriculture, the National Hungarian Beekeeping Association (OMME) has filed an anti-dumping complaint against honey coming from China to the European Union, according to hrportal.hu.

Some 14 organizations from 11 member countries joined the submission, the ministry announced in its statement released this week.

With the exception of Spain, the largest honey-producing countries, including Romania, France, Italy, Germany, and Poland, joined the petition.

They emphasized that the domestic beekeeping industry, which is significantly affected by the effects of imported Asian honey arriving in the EU, must be supported by all means.

They argue that honey can be imported, but pollen cannot, so the import of these goods must be stopped. 

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