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Guangxi Customs Destroys More Smuggled Durians, 5 Suspects ArrestedCustoms officials in Guangxi province recently confiscated and destroyed over 49 tons of smuggled durians, the largest batch this year. September 07, 2020
Benjamin Henry
China’s Fruit Import/Export Statistics for First Half of 2020 ReleasedIn the first half of 2020, China imported 3.64 million tons of fruit valued at $6.33 billion and exported 1.35 million tons valued at $1.98 billion, year-on-year changes of −8%, +14%, +24% and +25%, respectively. September 03, 2020
Jing Zang
Hainanese Durian Trees Bear Fruit for Second Consecutive YearTest-grown durian trees in Hainan have borne fruit for the second year in a row, representing encouraging news for local growers. September 02, 2020
Benjamin Henry
China Customs Destroys 19 Tons of Smuggled DuriansCustoms authorities in China’s Guangxi province recently destroyed 18.88 tons of smuggled durians of unknown origin with an estimated value of $43,500. August 30, 2020
Jing Zang
China’s Durian Imports Exceed $1.6 Billion in First Half of 2020China’s imports of fresh and frozen durians in the first six months of 2020 totaled $1.62 billion, a 73.5% year-on-year increase and approaching the $1.82 billion imported throughout the whole of 2019. August 17, 2020
Jing Zang
Thai Durian Exports to China Sustain Strong Momentum in 2020Thailand exported $567 million worth of durians to China in the first four months of 2020, corresponding to a 78% year-on-year increase in value. June 16, 2020
Jing Zang
Thai Fruit Reaches China via Cross-Border Train for First TimeOn May 21, a train loaded with 231.6 tons of Thai mangosteens and durians arrived in China’s Guangxi province. June 07, 2020
Jing Zang
China’s Demand for Thai Durians Unaffected by PandemicChinese market demand for Thai durians remains strong despite the ongoing pandemic. May 12, 2020
Emily F
Thailand Focuses on Domestic Market as Fruit Exports to China Drop 23%Thailand shifts focus to domestic fruit consumption to mitigate losses from decreased exports due to COVID-19 pandemic. April 28, 2020
Michael M
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

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