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Vietnamese enterprises should be cautious before transporting agricultural products to Lao Cai's Kim Thanh II border gate for export to minimise losses although Chinese authorities are piloting the re-import of these products.

Customs clearance resumes at Mong Cai border crossing after three-month hiatus

After 3 months of suspension due to the Covid-19 epidemic, the temporary pontoon bridge Km3+4 in the city of Mong Cai, Quang Ninh province has been resumed again.

Vietnam facilitates lychee purchase by Chinese traders in Bac Giang: Spokeswoman

Competent agencies and localities of Vietnam always create favourable conditions for Chinese businesses and traders to buy the fruit in Bac Giang, Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Le Thi Thu Hang said.

China resumes imports, Vietnamese farm produce prices rise

The prices of many fruits have increased sharply these days as China, the biggest consumer, has begun increasing imports.

Chinese dealers flock to purchase Vietnamese lychees

More than 100 Chinese dealers have been permitted to enter and purchase lychees in Luc Ngan district of Bac Giang province which is noted for lychee growing in Vietnam.

Imports flood fruit market, domestic fruit now dirt-cheap

Fruit exports have sharply decreased in number, while imports have soared. Farmers are now finding it difficult to sell products.

VN firms struggle as China lockdowns disrupt supply chains

Vietnamese businesses are finding it difficult to cope with supply chain breakages as a result of China enforcing strict COVID-19 lockdown policies to curb recent outbreaks.

Shortage of material imports from China slows order growth

The rise in new orders has been slower as some customers have been deterred by sharp price rises, in addition to difficulties in buying materials from China which is imposing stringent Covid-19 restrictions.

Growing and chopping down crops: nightmare for farmers

Farmers have had a bumper fruit crop this year, but they are unhappy as prices are sliding dramatically.

Many batches of seafood exports to China returned

Up to 52 batches of seafood exported to China by 36 Vietnamese enterprises were found carrying the SARS-CoV-2 virus and returned, according to the National Agro-Forestry-Fisheries Quality Assurance Department (Nafiqad).

Agriculture ministry develops project to boost exports to China

A radical solution to prevent farm produce truck congestion at border gates requires understanding the Chinese market well and creating a specific project on boosting exports to China.

1.4 million tons of ‘super food’ sells for only VND3,000 per kilo

In some European countries, dragonfruit is considered ‘super food’, priced at VND650,000 per kilogram. Vietnam has 1.4 million tons of the fruit each year and farmers sell it at only VND3,000 per kilogram.

Why is the Chinese market still vital to farm exporters?

Over the past few years, the export of farm produce to China has constantly been running into trouble, especially with the congestion of trucks at the northern border gates in December 2021.

Over 1,600 Vietnamese products licensed for export to China

The General Administration of Customs of China (GACC) on February 11 morning issued 1,601 codes for Vietnamese agricultural and food products serving their exports to the Chinese market.

Vietnam ought to improve fruit quality for exports

The export value of vegetables and fruits reached at US$3.2 billion in 2020 and fruits account for 80 percent of export turnover.

Mango exports: Cambodia has become Vietnam’s rival in the Chinese market

Cambodia has obtained the go-ahead to export mangoes to China, becoming a new rival for Vietnam in the 1.4 billion consumer market.

China benefits the most from Vietnam’s trade surplus

Vietnam has joined many multilateral and bilateral trade agreements in recent years. The question is what the country receives from these trade relations.

Minister proposes export of passion fruit, sweet potato to China

Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Nguyen Xuan Cuong has offered a variety of high-quality farm produce to China. He hopes Vietnam can boost exports through official ways to China in the time to come.

Farm produce deficiency in China offers opportunity for Vietnamese exports

Northern farmers have been advised to increase the winter crop growing area and increase exports to China, in anticipation of a farm produce shortage there caused by severe floods.

Fruit prices in traditional markets plummet as exports remain stuck

The loyal Chinese market has restricted the import of Vietnam’s fruits, while exports to the US are stuck because of Covid-19.