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Lang Son Province stops receiving fruit trucks from Feb 16

Lang Son Province stops receiving fruit trucks from Feb 16

The People's Committee of Lang Son Province, on February 12, said that as container trucks carrying export goods were being congested at border gates in the province, the provincial Department of Industry and Trade had announced that from February 16 to the end of February 25, the province would temporarily stop receiving vehicles carrying fresh fruit products to the provincial road border gates to export to China to minimize losses for people and enterprises.
China suspends goods import via border gates in Mong Cai City

China suspends goods import via border gates in Mong Cai City

The Customs Division of Mong Cai City (in the Northern province of Quang Ninh) yesterday informed that China released a formal announcement about the suspension of customs clearance in its side of the border gates sited in Mong Cai City due to Covid-19 case detection. This decision is to serve tracking tasks for Covid-19 prevention purposes.

Tan Thanh Border Gate resumes operations as of August 18

Tan Thanh Border Gate resumes operations as of August 18

The Ministry of Industry and Trade (MoIT), on the morning of August 18, informed that the Tan Thanh Border Gate in Lang Son Province, where agricultural products and cross-border traded goods are exported to the Chinese market, will be reopened from today after the two sides have been consensus on customs clearance process.
Container trucks carrying farm produce line up to wait for customs clearance. (Photo: SGGP)

Nearly 400 vehicles transporting farm produce remain stuck at border gate

After the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development sent a delegation to Tan Thanh Border Gate to catch up with the situation in which 500 trucks carrying agricultural products were jammed here, the Ministry of Industry and Trade on October 22 also sent a delegation to the border gate to look for solutions to resolve congestion. 
Leader of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea Kim Jong-un bids farewell to Vietnamese officials and people at Dong Dang station (Source: VNA)

DPRK leader wraps up official friendship visit to Vietnam

Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) leader Kim Jong-un boarded a train back to Pyongyang from Dong Dang station in the northern mountainous province of Lang Son on March 2 afternoon, concluding his five-day stay in Vietnam for the second DPRK-USA Hanoi Summit and the official friendship visit to the Southeast Asian nation.