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Guangzhou Customs Cracks 120 Million Yuan Fruit Smuggling CaseOn June 3, customs authorities in Guangzhou busted a major fruit smuggling operation being run by two gangs out of Hong Kong. June 16, 2020
Philip K
Season’s First Air Shipment of Northwest Cherries Reaches ChinaThis season’s first air shipment of Northwest cherries arrived in Shanghai on June 5, with further direct charter flights scheduled. June 10, 2020
Jing Zang
Analysis: Who Will Save the Fruit Market in the Post-Pandemic Era?Amid economic difficulties caused by the epidemic, the fruit sector is in dire straits. June 03, 2020
Benjamin Henry
Maersk Launches China–Turkey Rail Service: Will It Help Cherry Trade?Shipping giant Maersk launches a new intercontinental rail service, but will it help Turkey’s lagging cherry exports to China? May 13, 2020
Benjamin Henry
This Season’s Californian Cherries Hit Chinese MarketThe Chinese debut of this year’s Californian cherries attracted only a mild market response, according to one importer. May 11, 2020
Jing Zang
Californian Cherry Harvest Expected to Start Slightly EarlyCalifornia’s cherry harvest is forecast to start 1–2 weeks earlier this year, bringing larger-than-average, high-quality fruits. April 24, 2020
Benjamin Henry
Hopes and Challenges for This Season’s Californian CherriesDespite the promise of this season’s larger crop and the new round of U.S.–China tariff exemptions for Californian cherries, challenges due to the coronavirus epidemic still hang over the industry. April 18, 2020
Jing Zang
China’s Fruit Trade Sees Sustained Growth in First Two Months of 2020Official data reveal that in the first two months of 2020, China’s fruit imports totaled 1.02 million tons and $2.17 billion, representing an 11% decrease in volume and an 8% increase in value relative to last year. China’s fruit exports over this period totaled 0.53 million tons and $0.76 billion, year-on-year increases of 1% and 8%, respectively. April 13, 2020
Jing Zang
Applications Now Open for Tariff Exemptions on US ImportsChinese importers may now apply for tariff exemptions on certain goods, with some importers already having successfully received exemptions on unlisted goods. March 26, 2020
Benjamin Henry
Pinduoduo Joins ‘Trillion-Yuan Club’ with Booming Annual SalesPinduoduo’s annual sales exceeded 1 trillion yuan in 2019, meaning that the company has now joined Alibaba and JD.com as one of the top three Chinese e-commerce giants. March 19, 2020
Benjamin Henry

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