China resumes the two-way trade through the Kerung/Rasuwagadhi border port with Nepal after over 2 years
China resumes the two-way trade through the Kerung/Rasuwagadhi border port with Nepal after over 2 years.
Two-way trade from one of the key border transit routes between Nepal and China resumed formally on Wednesday after being closed for almost three years due to the Covid-19 pandemic, officials said.
A ceremony marking the official resumption of the trade from the Kerung-Rasuwagadhi border port was held on Wednesday, although the export of goods to China had resumed from Tuesday.
The port came into formal operation in 1961. The Chinese Embassy in Nepal released pictures of the ceremony and said in a statement that China looks forward to importing more goods from Nepal.
The statement said that six cargo trucks full of Nepali goods passed through the port into China. The ceremony was attended by delegates of the Department of Commerce of Xizang Autonomous Region, the Lhasa Customs, the General Station of Immigration Inspection of Xizang Autonomous Region, the Health Commission of Xizang Autonomous Region, and other relevant departments.
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