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BEIJING, Jan. 31 (Xinhua) -- As China has optimized its COVID-19 response measures and facilitated the customs clearance, the country's major ports for foreign trade are gaining impetus.
To ensure the quality of the imported fresh-cut flowers, the customs at Guangzhou Baiyun Int'l Airport has initiated a green channel for customs clearance to simplify entry procedures.
After customs clearance at the Guangzhou Port, cherries imported from Chile can reach consumers in around two hours in the shortest time.
During the Spring Festival holiday, the number of fruits and vegetables exported at the Horgos Port in northwest China's Xinjiang increased significantly.
At Youyi Pass on the China-Vietnam border, trucks carrying electrical and mechanical products for export formed a long queue near the pass, waiting for customs clearance.
Truckloads of fruits from Southeast Asian countries also arrived before being shipped to other parts of China.
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