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Stranded cargo bound for Nepal gets moving
By:China Daily
update:September 20,2022
Gyirong and Zhangmu (Khasa) ports in the Tibet autonomous region have resumed customs clearances and adopted measures to help move stranded export cargo caught up in the most recent outbreak of COVID-19 in the region, according to Lhasa Customs.
 
Gyirong Port in the region's Gyirong county sent more than 213 metric tons of cargo, including daily necessities and subsidiary agricultural products valued at more than 12.9 million yuan ($1.8 million) to Nepal on Thursday, when exports resumed.
 
Exports from China to Nepal via the ports of Gyirong and Zhangmu were suspended after cases of COVID-19 were reported in Tibet in early August.


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