Australia's citrus industry has welcomed a further thawing in trade relations between Australia and China. The latter has published a new list of orchards, packhouses and treatment facilities allowed to export. The lists are compiled by the General Administration of Customs of the People's Republic of China (GACC) and include not only citrus but stone fruit, mangoes and cherries.
While changes are usually more regular, this is the first time these lists have been updated since 2020 for stone fruit, mangoes, cherries and 2021 for citrus. The lists are then published on GACC's website, and those establishments can trade.