For the first time Vietnamese fresh lychees have been exported to China via the northern coastal province of Quang Ninh’s Mong Cai international border gate.
Tran Bich Ngoc, head of the management board of the border gate, said this is a good sign for the import and export of agricultural products at the border gate.
A farmer harvests lychees in Bac Giang Province.
The first batch of fresh lychee, with 64.7 tonnes worth nearly 600 million VND (25,688 USD), was delivered to the Chinese side on July 9.
Recently, China resumed the import of Vietnamese agricultural products.
In the first half of 2022, more than 270,000 tonnes of goods worth over 1.4 billion USD went through border gates in Mong Cai city, which borders China. As a result, the city collected 558.64 billion VND for the State budget, an annual increase of 24.14%.
In remaining months of the year, the city plans to maintain exchanges and talks with the authorities of China’s Dongxing city on epidemic prevention measures in order to create trust and strengthen cooperation in facilitating imports and exports activities through border gates between the sides.
Luc Ngan lychee on Vietnam Airlines in-flight menu
(BGO) – With effort to bring regional special fruits to domestic
and foreign passengers and expand the cooperation with businesses and
localities in promoting Vietnamese farm produce to the world, the national flag
carrier Vietnam Airlines introduces Luc Ngan lychee (Bac Giang province) on
in-flight menu after nearly two year hiatus due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Bac Giang youth volunteers join hands to harvest and consume lychees
(BGO) – It is the peak lychee harvest season in Luc Ngan
district, Bac Giang province. Hundreds of youth volunteers have joined hands
together with the farmers to harvest and consume the special fruit as well as
cooperate with competent agencies to ensure the traffic safety.
Organic lychee production: High efficiency, clean environment
– The organic production method creates large, sweet, fragrant lychees that are
easy to be sold at high prices. Therefore, many cooperative groups, cooperatives
and households in Luc Ngan district (Bac Giang province) have actively grown organic
lychees, contributing to making this countryside greener, cleaner and more
Digital transformation promoting consumption of Bac Giang lychees
Developing the digital economy is one of three important goals within its policy of promoting digital transformation that Bac Giang province has been targeting. Recent efforts to boost its digital economy have proven effective, with the clearest example being the effect of digital transformation on the consumption of local lychees.
Bac Giang successfully grows seedless lychees
(BGO) – In late 2019, the Department of Agriculture and Rural
Development (DARD) in Bac Giang province cooperated with relevant agencies and
farmers to grow 500 seedless lychee trees in Tan Son commune, Luc Ngan district.