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Guangzhou’s Jiangnan Wholesale Market to be RelocatedAccording to an official announcement recently issued by the Chinese government, twelve agricultural wholesale markets in Guangzhou, including the well-known Jiangnan Fruit & Vegetable Wholesale Market, are to be relocated in the near future. February 09, 2019
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Jing Zang
Argentine Cherries Added to China's List of Permitted Imported FruitThe 16 January update was the first new version of the permitted fresh fruits lists issued by GAC this year, and is included here in full. Last year, ten types of fruit gained approval for import into China, down from 17 new types in 2017. January 22, 2019
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Dan Siekman

The updated list of which fresh can be exported to China was published on GAC's website, dated 16 January 2018

2018 Policy Review for Fresh Fruit Imports into ChinaKey factors influencing imports of fresh fruits into China in 2018 included continuous growth in Chinese consumer demand for fruit, expanded market access in China for more types of fruit from new regions, faster customs clearance, the ongoing trade friction between China and the US and new Chinese MRL standards. January 16, 2019
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Dan Siekman

An excerpt from the new Chinese MRL standards that came into force on December 21, 2018

Major New Soil Pollution Legislation Comes into Effect in ChinaThe new Soil Pollution Prevention and Control Law, which was passed in August by the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress (NPC) of China, came into force on the first day of January. It is China's first comprehensive soil pollution prevention and restoration legislation. January 08, 2019
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Dan Siekman
Horti China 2018: How Holland Leads the Way in Global Greenhouse HorticultureIn Holland, "the government is responsible for creating the enabling environment, and research and industry work together closely on solutions," says Wouter Verhey, Agriculture Counsellor at the Dutch embassy in Beijing December 24, 2018
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Dan Siekman

Greenhouses take up much of the available land area in Westland in the Netherlands. Image: NASA

China-US Tariff Ceasefire a Hopeful Development for US Fruit ExportersThe G20 agreement leaves 90 days for China and the US to try to reach a lasting agreement that could pave the way for a return to pre-dispute trading between US fresh fruit and ag exports and Chinese importers. December 04, 2018
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Produce Report

Pear orchards along US Highway 2 near Dryden Washington. Image: Wikimedia Commons

Horti China 2018: France's Horticulture Industry has Much to Offer China"Horticulture and agriculture specialist companies in France have reached a size where they are ready to export and go international. French horticulture is already known in China through the major seed manufactures like Limagrain or Vilmorin. But we have much more to offer," December 03, 2018
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Dan Siekman

Members of the delegation from France meet officials from Sichuan province during Horti China 2018

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

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