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Air Freight Cost for Australian Cherries Doubles, Even With SubsidiesOwing to logistical issues caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, Australian cherry exporters are facing much higher freight costs than before. September 09, 2020
Benjamin Henry
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
Thailand Tightens Pesticide Residue Rules for Fresh Produce ImportsOn July 16, 2020, the Thai Food and Drug Administration issued revised pesticide residue monitoring measures for fresh produce items, which came into force on Aug. 1, 2020. September 01, 2020
Jing Zang
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
Dominican Avocados Approved for Export to ChinaAvocados from the Dominican Republic are now permitted to enter China, with sea shipping expected to take only 15 days via the Panama Canal. August 26, 2020
Jing Zang
Xinfadi Market Reopens After 63 Days of ShutdownFollowing 63 days of closure due to a COVID-19 outbreak, Beijing’s Xinfadi market is now reopening with some changes. August 19, 2020
Benjamin Henry
Hema Workers in Shenzhen Test Positive for COVID-19, 21 Stores CloseTwenty-one Hema stores in Shenzhen have been temporarily shut down following a potential COVID-19 outbreak, while other stores in the province remain under investigation. August 18, 2020
Benjamin Henry
Chilean Citrus Celebrates Launch of First China SeasonOn Aug. 17, ASOEX’s Chilean Citrus Committee held a ceremony at Jiaxing Haiguangxing Market near Shanghai to celebrate the launch of the inaugural season for Chilean citrus imports into China. August 18, 2020
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Suspects Detained in 1.2 Billion Yuan Nut Smuggling CaseNanjing customs authorities recently cracked a major smuggling case involving illegally imported U.S. nuts worth over 1.2 billion Chinese yuan. August 11, 2020
Benjamin Henry
US Nectarines Face Fierce Competition in ChinaAlthough U.S. nectarines are now permitted to enter China, the vast majority of China’s nectarine imports originate from Chile and Australia owing to their counter-seasonal availability. August 10, 2020
Jing Zang

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