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China exported 24% more fruit, by volume, in the first half of this year than last, while its value rose 25% to $1.98bn, The Produce Report reveals. Imports by volume fell by 8%, although the value of imports rose 14%. Durians were the most popular import, followed by cherries; while the biggest export, apples, saw a 21% increase year on year.


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