Fresh Vietnamese lychees were exported to China from Mong Cai port in Quang Ninh province for the first time

According to Vietnamese media, Chen Biyu, director of the Mong Cai International Port Management Committee in Quang Ninh Province, Vietnam, revealed that Vietnamese fresh lychees were exported from Mong Cai port to China for the first time on July 9. This is a welcome sign for the export of agricultural products at the Mong Cai International Port.

According to the Mong Cai International Port Management Committee, China has recently resumed imports of various agricultural products from Vietnam. On July 9th, the first three trucks carrying a total capacity of 64.7 tons of fresh lychee with a value of nearly VND 600 million were exported to China from the Haian Km3+4 temporary pontoon channel.

Goods and agricultural trucks cleared through Mong Cai Port were diverted for quarantine testing and rapid antigen testing to prevent COVID-19.

As China continues to maintain strict COVID-19 measures and strictly supervise customs clearance of goods, lychee exports will boost Vietnam's agricultural exports. This is a good signal for the import and export trade of Mong Cai Market, which helps to increase the volume of import and export goods for local customs clearance.

In the first half of this year, the cargo throughput of various ports in Mong Cai, Vietnam reached more than 270,000 tons, of which the import value of goods reached 1.4 billion US dollars. This attracted 128 new enterprises and increased the number of import and export enterprises to 455. The state revenue reached VND 558.64 billion, increasing by 24.14% year on year.

In the second half of this year, Mong Cai will continue to maintain communication and consultation with the Dongxing Municipal Government of Guangxi Province in China in the prevention and control measures of COVID-19, aiming to continue to strengthen the customs clearance activities of import and export goods between the two sides and ensure the smooth customs clearance of goods.

Source: FruitReviewer


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