The Chinese side is considering opening its doors to Vietnamese avocado and passion fruit, the deputy minister underlined. Nam’s working trip to China from January 14 to 20 was aimed at boosting the two nations’ cooperation in farm produce import and export activities, he said. The top Vietnamese official, the Chinese provincial leader and the directors of farm produce centers and markets reached a consensus to import Vietnamese agricultural products and form sustainable farm produce logistics chains. After the Lunar New Year holiday, due in February, wraps up, a delegation of the Shenzhen-based farm produce center will pay a visit to Vietnam to cooperate with Vietnamese exporters, he added. After working with several representatives from wholesale markets in Guangdong, the Vietnamese delegation realized that many Vietnamese fruits, mainly durians, are favored by Chinese consumers.