Fruit and vegetable exports to Mongolia via the Erenhot Customs in north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region topped 85,000 tonnes, worth 110 million yuan (about 17.4 million U.S. dollars), in 2021, official data shows.
Erenhot, the largest land port on the China-Mongolia border, supplies about 80 percent of Mongolia's fruit and vegetables.
In 2018, a green channel for agricultural products was launched, which has since been putting more than 30 kinds of fruit and vegetables, including apples, oranges, lemons, onions, peppers and cucumbers, on the tables of Mongolian people.
Ma Tao with the port's customs said the two sides cooperated last year to overcome the impact of the pandemic and streamlined the clearance process, which has been effective in meeting the Mongolian people's need for fresh agricultural products. -