Việt Nam has surpassed the Philippines to become the largest banana supplier to the Chinese market. Photo nongnghiep.vn HÀ NỘI — Việt Nam’s agricultural sector gained strong growth in the export of many kinds of fruit to China in the first five months of 2021, despite the COVID-19 pandemic, according to the Plant Protection Department. Việt Nam exported over 468,000 tonnes of mangoes to China, 12 per cent higher than the export volume in the whole year of 2020; 348,000 tonnes of bananas, or 87 per cent of the exports in the whole year of 2020; 301,000 tonnes of jackfruit, or 92 per cent of the exports in the whole year of 2020 and 1.1 million tonnes of dragon fruit, or 63 per cent. According to Hoàng Trung, Director of the Plant Protection Department under the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, China is one of the major export markets for Vietnamese agricultural products. Việt Nam is gradually expanding export markets to the US, EU, Japan and South Korea, but this needs time to achieve the targets as expected, so in the near future, China is still the leading export market with a large proportion of Việt Nam's farming, forestry and seafood products. However,… Read full this story
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