China-Mongolia border port sees more fruit and vegetable exports
HOHHOT– A total of 27,700 tons of fruits and vegetables were exported from China to Mongolia via Erenhot border port in the northern Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region in the first half of this year, according to China’s customs bureau. ‘Erenhot.
The total trade value of fruit and vegetable exports to Mongolia through the port from January to June exceeded 48.96 million yuan (about $7.26 million).
A green chain for agricultural products was launched in 2018 and has since brought various fruits and vegetables to Mongolian tables. With the introduction of the green lane, fresh fruits and vegetables are allowed to clear customs at the fastest speed possible.
About 80% of the fresh fruits and vegetables in the Mongolian market are Chinese exports supplied through Erenhot.
However, an outbreak of COVID-19 in Erenhot city disrupted normal port operations in June this year, halting fruit and vegetable exports to Mongolia, said Liu Jian, an official with the customs office of Mongolia. ‘Erenhot.
To solve the problem, Erenhot Customs negotiated with Mongolian customs officials and took measures such as submitting phytosanitary quarantine certificates online, Liu said.
Fruit and vegetable exports have picked up after stagnating for several days, Liu said.
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