WASHINGTON — The immediate fallout from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's recent announcement that it would quarantine at U.S. ports all shrimp, catfish, eel, basa and dace that originated in China was predictable. Chinese officials told their state press that the effective ban was “unacceptable,” and seized two U.S. fruit shipments, noting that they would apply greater scrutiny to U.S. imports in the future, even as they also announced the seizure of several substandard seafood ...

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