Imports for greater scrutiny
-after Food and Drug, GRA pacts
The Government Analyst Food and Drug Department says it is encouraged by recent cooperation agreements it has forged with the Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA), which will allow it to inspect imports at the various ports-of-entry prior to them being released on the domestic market.
In a press release, the Department said the agreements will also allow it to access information on importers.
It noted that it has always viewed border control and inspection as effective tools of Import/Export Inspection and Certification and Food Control in its efforts to ensure the …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.