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With the deepening of economic globalization and increasingly fierce of competition of trade liberalization in WTO member countries, the effect of traditional trade protection measures is gradually weakening or even removed. In recent years, Technical Barriers to Trade (TBT) as a category of nontariff barriers to trade, are the widely divergent measures that countries use to regulate markets, protect their consumers, or preserve their natural resources (among other objectives), but they also can be used (or perceived by foreign countries) to discriminate against imports in order to protect domestic industries. These directly or indirectly lead to gradual rise of trade friction of China’s pork export. This paper analyzed background and significance of measures for TBT of pork export, current situations of researches on TBT both at home and abroad, and came up with new ideas and viewpoints for further strengthening measures for TBT of pork export.

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