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Farm Produce Export Grows Nearly 50% in Shandong

East China's Shandong Province, a traditional agricultural production base, exported US$1.63 billion worth of farm produce in the first two months of this year, a growth of 46.1 percent year-on-year, local customs sources said on Thursday.


The total included US$400 million worth of aquatic products, up 41.4 percent, US$190 million worth of apples and apple juice, up 100 percent, and US$290 million worth of vegetables, up 29.4 percent.


According to local sources, from January to February, Shandong exported US$350 million worth of farm produce to the European Union, up 83 percent, US$250 million to the United States, up 83.1 percent, and US$440 million to Japan, up 18.2 percent.


(Xinhua News Agency March 29, 2007)

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