"Everybody wants rich Chinese Tourist"

dimanche 30 octobre 2022

Real Estate in China and Tourism

 Real Estate in China , tourism are supported by Local Governement

China is the world’s second-largest economy and its real estate market is growing at a rapid pace. In fact, according to China National Real Estate Association, the country recorded $2.8 trillion in property transactions in 2016—an increase of 24% from 2015. This growth is being fueled by government initiatives and local government support. In this article, we will explore the role of local government in the Chinese real estate market and how it helps to support the industry. We will also look at some of the key policies that have driven this growth.

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How Zimbabwe exports to China

 The GACC and the Zimbabwean Ministry of Lands, Agriculture, Fisheries, Water, Climate and Rural Development have issued a notice requiring all citrus orchards and packing houses exporting to China be registered with the GACC. Fifteen different pests, such as fruit flies, mites, scale insects and fungal infections, are listed in the protocols.

Chilling is mandatory for all Zimbabwean citrus shipped to China. For at least 18 consecutive days, lemons should be stored in a cool place with a pulp temperature of 3 degrees Celsius. For at least 24 days, the temperature of the pulp of other types of citrus fruits must be maintained at 0.6 degrees Celsius or less. Pre-chilling is mandated by procedures and contingency plans are in place in the event that cold treatment time is interrupted.

source https://www.chinesetouristagency.com/zimbabwe-massive-export-of-fruits-to-china/

Even though Zimbabwe provided the GACC with pest risk assessment data for fresh citrus as early as 2015, Zimbabwe's citrus export procedures to China were not signed by the two governments until January of this year.

In summer, when China's domestic citrus production is low, the country imports a lot of fruit from the southern hemisphere, especially Australia and South Africa. Since Zimbabwe's growing season overlaps China's off-season, local growers, shippers and government officials are optimistic about the prospects for citrus exports to China.

Citrus from Zimbabwe is the top fresh fruit import now sanctioned by China.

Chinese consumers are starting to consume fruit and the imported fruit market is starting to be a good business for distributors and importers in China.

Fruit is currently one of the hottest foods in China. Lifestyles are changing and the Chinese are more and more concerned about their health. As the products have increased with China's economic growth, Chinese people are now looking for quality products.

And in China, excellence is often synonymous with import.

Demand for imported fruit in China is growing, with 5.5 million tonnes imported in 2018, a 35% increase from the previous year. By the way, China actually imports more fruit than it sells, making it a unique and lucrative opportunity. Not only that, but the fact that fruit prices increased in 2017 and 2018 did not deter purchases from Chinese customers. What a remarkable circumstance, demonstrating the Chinese penchant for fruit. Some of the most popular foreign fruits with Chinese consumers are bananas, cherries and raisins.