China reopens four of its land border checkpoints for Thai fruit imports

China has reopened four of its land border checkpoints to allow the passage of cargo trucks and trains transporting fruits from Thailand through neighboring countries, following a period of suspension. The four border crossings include the Mohan crossing on the R2A road, the Youyiguan crossing, the Pingxiang railway crossing, and the Dongxing crossing.

Cooperation between Thailand and China on fruit exports will be pursued further in a meeting later this month between Thailand’s Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives and China’s Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs. This will be followed by a Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures meeting in February between Thai and Chinese officials.


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