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They expect a recovery in cherry production in Chile

Published May 22, 2024

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Claudia Soler, executive director of the Chilean Fruit Cherry Committee, participated in the 'Economic and Commercial Cooperation Meeting between Luohu-Shenzhen and Chile' in Santiago to seek new export opportunities for Chilean cherries. The event featured a delegation from Luohu District, Shenzhen, China, and key figures from both regions. Soler highlighted Shenzhen's role as a crucial gateway for Chilean cherry exports, accounting for 36% of their exports to China. Shenzhen's rapid economic growth, excellent business environment, and status as a major commercial hub with the fourth largest container port globally were emphasized.
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In order to visualize new opportunities for exports of fresh Chilean cherries, Claudia Soler, executive director of the Chilean Fruit Cherry Committee, participated in the “Economic and Commercial Cooperation Meeting between Luohu-Shenzhen and Chile”, held in the last Thursday in Santiago. On the occasion, a delegation from Luohu District visited the country, led by Fan Defan, director of the Luohu District Committee, Shenzhen City, as well as Du Xiaojun, director of the Foreign Affairs Office of Luohu District, Shenzhen City. Shenzhen; Gan Chunyong, director of Nanhu Subdistrict Office; Li Zhi, director of the Dongxiao Subdistrict Office; Chen Xiaojun, director of the Bureau of Commerce of Luohu District, Shenzhen City; Ma Zulin, director of the Development and Reform Bureau of Luohu District, Shenzhen City, and Guo Yujing, general manager of Shenzhen Baldwin Victor Company. Special guests of the day were Ma Keqiang, counselor of the Economic and Commercial Office of the Chinese ...
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