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Celebrating the Launch of Mainland Australian Cherries in China!2018/19 is the the first in which significant volumes of mainland Australia cherries will be sent by air freight to China. The New South Wales Department of Primary Industries held an Australian Cherry Launch event in Shanghai on November 6 to celebrate the new market access and give potential Chinese buyers a taste of this year's early season cherries freshly flown in from Australia. Key fruit purchasers told Produce Report they are excited about the availability of high-quality Australian cherries earlier in the southern hemisphere season. November 12, 2018
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Dan Siekman
Argentine Blueberries Cleared for Import to ChinaArgentina completes market access procedures for blueberry exports to China. November 05, 2018
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Sevan Golnazarian
Produce Products Suffer on Both Sides as Trade War IntensifiesPresident Trump proposes tariffs on $200 billion in Chinese goods. As China prepares to retaliate, the US threatens a potential third round of import tax hikes. Meanwhile, fruit and vegetable products on both sides are caught in the crossfire. September 21, 2018
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Sevan Golnazarian
Frozen Whole Durian from Malaysia Gain China Market AccessThe whole (in-husk) frozen whole fruits can be directly eaten by consumers as a substitute in the off season when fresh durian is not available from Thailand—the only country currently permitted to export fresh durian to China. Before export of frozen whole durians can begin, Malaysian authorities must submit to China a list of exporting durian plantations, processing facilities and other information. August 23, 2018
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Dan Siekman
Preview: AsiaFruit Congress Celebrates 20 Years on Sep 4 in Hong KongAsia’s premier fresh produce conference is the curtain raiser to the ASIA FRUIT LOGISTICA trade show, taking place on 4 September at AsiaWorld-Expo in Hong Kong. August 12, 2018
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Produce Report
Fruit and Vegetable Tariffs between China and US Expected to RiseFruit and Vegetable Tariffs between China and US Expected to Rise. the US government began taking comments on a proposal to ramp up tariffs from 10% to 25%.At the same time,, the People’s Republic of China announced new duties ranging from 5% to 25% on up to $60 billion of U.S. imports. August 11, 2018
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Trump Administration Announces $12 Billion in Aid to FarmersOn July 24, the Trump administration unveiled its three-part plan to offer $12 billion in aid to American farmers affected by retaliatory tariffs imposed by its trading partners in response to the growing U.S.-initiated trade war, which has been received less than enthusiastically. July 30, 2018
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US-China Trade War to Impact Bilateral Fruit and Vegetable TradeWith the start of a trade war between China and the United States, U.S. exports of fruits and vegetables to China are expected to drop by 13.58 percent. Washington has been the most affected. Future trade wars could escalate July 12, 2018
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3 Years of Worldwide Marketing with “Freshness from Europe” Project by CSO Italy After three years of marketing and communications funded by the European Union, the Italian Government and CSO Italy, the Freshness from Europe project comes to an end in July. July 10, 2018
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Produce Report
Latest US-China Trade Tensions Will Impact US Produce TradeThe Chinese retaliatory tariff came in the form of a list of more than 500 US products that starting on July 6 will be subject to a 25% tariff on top of any existing tariffs. June 19, 2018
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Dan Siekman

A US soybean farmer. Soy is the biggest target of the new tariffs, but some producers of fruit and nuts will also feel the pain.

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