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Indonesian Bananas Given Official China Market AccessOn Nov. 23, China’s General Administration of Customs announced that bananas from Indonesia can be imported into China via normal trade channels. November 27, 2022
Jing Zang
Fresh Indonesian Pineapples Gain Official China Market AccessIndonesian pineapples from approved plantations and packing facilities will now be allowed to enter China. August 23, 2022
Produce Report
Future Thai Durian Growth Dependent on Chinese MarketA new report has outlined the challenges facing Thai durian exporters and suggests that Thailand is too dependent on the Chinese market. June 20, 2022
Roy G
Hainan Coconut Prices Fall as Imports IncreaseCoconut prices in Hainan have fallen significantly as both supply and demand hit an all-time high. February 08, 2022
Philip K
Chinese Garlic Exports Hit 10-Year HighChina’s garlic producers did well in 2020. What are the implications for the wider global market, and what does the future hold? February 13, 2021
Connor W
China Approved 10 Fruits for Import in 2020 Amid Slowing Import GrowthIn 2020, China Customs granted market access to 10 new fruit items from seven countries, including Argentinian and Chilean citrus, Cambodian mangos and U.S. avocados and blueberries. January 04, 2021
Philip K
China’s Monthly Garlic Exports Hit 10-Year HighChina’s garlic exports in October were at their highest for 10 years amid strong demand on overseas markets. December 25, 2020
Emily F
Garlic Prices Rise, Export Volume Up 34%As the harvest season comes to a close, garlic prices in China have risen significantly. November 24, 2020
Benjamin Henry
Garlic Prices Continue to Recover, Indonesian Demand SkyrocketsMarket prices for Chinese garlic have begun to climb again owing to diminishing supply and rising demand, particularly in Indonesia. August 13, 2020
Benjamin Henry
Market Access List Update: Indonesian Dragon Fruit, Cambodian Mangos ApprovedChina’s General Administration of Customs publishes its latest list of fruits permitted for import, with the addition of Indonesian dragon fruit and Cambodian mangos. July 30, 2020
Benjamin Henry

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