Market for imported bananas from Laos and Myanmar fluctuated greatly

The price of domestically produced bananas in China fell slightly

Recently, the market for bananas in the three major domestic production areas has been facing a complicated situation, and the overall market has been stable with a small decrease. The prices in Guangxi production areas went up and down, but the overall price range remained; the high level of the first generation of bananas in Guangdong production area declined slightly, and the price of the other specifications remained unchanged; the prices in Yunnan production areas changed a lot, and the highs of all regions fell, and the price depends on the quality in general.

The market for imported bananas in Laos is still chaotic, and traffic jams at the Boten-Mohan port are more serious. It takes about 10-20 days to leave the customs. The freight has also increased. The price is based on quality. Fine goods are 5-6 RMB/kg, and good produce for more than 4 RMB/kg; the price of the fruits affected by the long queue time is poor.

The Mengkang port has a relatively fast customs clearance, and the quantity of goods is not great. Good products are about 4.5 RMB/kg. In addition, due to the increasingly serious traffic jam, the Boten Port of Laos suspended the transportation of agricultural products from December 19th to 26th.

In terms of Myanmar's production area, the Houqiao Port finally opened for trial operation. Only the bananas from Myitkyina and surrounding areas in northern Myanmar can be sold to China and back from this port. The overall export volume is not large. In addition to the disinfection of the entire vehicle, the individual bananas should also be disinfected. The cargo yard is closed for management, and the overall control is orderly and strict. The overall price of bananas is more than 4 RMB/kg, and the price of good-quality ones is 5.5-6 RMB /kg.

Source: ncwxjt

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