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Pine nuts: sluggish customs clearance makes raw nut imports more difficult

May 26, 2020 2:28 PM, Der AUDITOR
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PEKING. Chinese pine nut traders still have problems in obtaining raw nuts from Russia. At the Russian-Chinese border...

... only about 30 trucks per day are cleared at the border crossings, therefore deliveries are proceeding only hesitantly. However, the number of trucks is to be increased, so that the customs checkpoint in Suifenhe, for example, can allow up to 70 trucks per day to enter China in the future. There is not much demand from abroad which leaves traders rather unsatifsfied. It is still unclear when pine nut exports from China will resume their normal course.

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