Update: 17:06 | 19/05/2020
(BGO) – Now, the Department of Industry and Trade (DoIT) is focusing on contacting to the distribution groups, wholesale markets, businesses, cooperatives and traders who want to visit Bac Giang province to consume lychee so as to have suitable supporting method.
The DoIT discussed with representatives of Aoen, Central Group, Mega Market and several enterprises in and outside the province. At first, they planned to buy some 2,000 tonnes of fresh lychee to export to the markets of Thailand, Singapore, US and European countries...
The farmers in Quat Du 2 village, Phuc Hoa commune (Tan Yen district) take care of the early ripen lychee orchard.
To date, 28 distribution groups, 6 wholesale markets, 31 businesses and cooperatives in and outside the province have registered to consume the local lychee.
Due to the impact of Covid-19 pandemic this year, the provincial People’s Committee (PPC) is proposing the Government to facilitate Chinese traders in conducting procedure to immigrate to Bac Giang.
Vice Director of the DoIT Pham Cong Toan said: “As of May 18, 250 Chinese traders registered to come to Luc Ngan district to buy fresh lychee. Accordingly, they must show the Covid-19 negative certificate issued by Chinese authorities within 3 latest days. Besides, they will be placed in 14 day quarantine in line with the regulation to prevent and control Covid-19 pandemic”.
To meet the requirement to receive Chinese tradespersons, the PPC assigned the People’s Committee in Luc Ngan district to coordinate with the Health Department to arrange vehicles and sufficiently implement the Covid-19 preventive measures to these cases.
Luc Ngan district conducted survey and arranged 20 motels in the area for isolation. When the Chinese traders is allowed to immigrate to Vietnam, the district People’s Committee will arrange vehicle together with health worker and public security force to directly pick up them at the border gate to the district.
The PPC, departments, sectors and farmers in lychee growing areas are now ready for lychee consumption at traditional markets and export.