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Joy Wing Mau Group Helps Develop International Fruit Trade at 6th WCO Global AEO Conference

Joy Wing Mau Group recently attended the 6th World Customs Organization Global Authorized Economic Operator Conference in Shenzhen.

May 15, 2024
Produce Report

The 6th WCO Global AEO Conference being held in Shenzhen.

Fresh Hungarian Cherries Granted China Market Access

China’s General Administration of Customs has announced that fresh cherries from Hungary meeting the stipulated phytosanitary requirements are eligible for import.

May 14, 2024
Jing Zang
Heat Wave and Drought Threaten Eastern Thailand’s Durian Harvest

High temperatures and drought continue to plague eastern Thailand, with some durian farmers forced to purchase truckloads of water for irrigation.

May 12, 2024
Roy G
Fresh Serbian Blueberries Gain Access to Chinese Market

Chinese customs authorities will now allow fresh Serbian blueberries to be imported into China.

May 12, 2024
Jing Zang
Strong Winds Have Modest Impact on South Africa’s Apple Production

Hortgro has reported that recent stormy weather had only a minor impact on South Africa’s apple production.

May 09, 2024
Jing Zang
South African Table Grapes Boost Presence in Vietnam

South African Table Grape Industry and its partners have recently been conducting promotional activities in Vietnam.

May 09, 2024
Jing Zang
German Apples Granted China Market Access

China’s General Administration of Customs has announced that fresh apples from Germany meeting the stipulated phytosanitary requirements are eligible for import.

May 06, 2024
Jing Zang
Ecuador Prepares for More Banana Exports to China as FTA Takes Effect

The China–Ecuador free trade agreement entered into force on May 1, bolstering the efforts of Ecuador’s banana industry to increase exports to China.

May 06, 2024
Olga
Dragon Fruit Prices Soar in Vietnam

Dragon fruit prices in Vietnam have seen a recent uptick, driven by several factors.

May 02, 2024
Jing Zang
Declining Production Set To Drive Up Vietnamese Mangosteen Prices

Ongoing hot weather in Vietnam’s Binh Duong province, a key mangosteen-producing area, is expected to reduce production by 70%.

May 02, 2024
Jing Zang

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