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China: Fruit import prices drop in Tianjin

Recently, the Tianjin Inspection and Quarantine Bureau reported that, in 2017, the bureau had inspected 2,840 shipments of fruit, with a total weight of 140,000 tons, which total increases of respectively 9.8% and 13.7% from the year before. The prices, on the other hand, appeared to be dropping. The three main imported fruits are bananas, kiwis and pineapples. The imported fruit that reached the port of Tianjin mostly came from the Philippines, Ecuador, New Zealand, Vietnam and Thailand. The Philippines take up the largest part here with 63.7% of the total fruit import. Tianjin is the second largest port for imported fruit in northern China.

Source: Evening News

Publication date: 1/22/2018


 


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