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Hanoi Calls for Border Congestion Solution – Việt Nam News

The number of trucks lying idle at border gates in northern provinces on January 8 was 3,609, down 2,484 from December 26


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Truck drivers gather at a makeshift parking lot where Vietnamese container trucks are waiting to cross the Chinese border. Photo: AFP

 

Lê Văn Thành, Vietnam’s deputy prime minister, called for an end to congestion at Chinese border points due to increased scrutiny of goods over the coronavirus pandemic, Việt Nam News reported.

The number of trucks lying idle at border gates in northern provinces on January 8 was 3,609, down 2,484 from December 26, according to the Ministry of Industry and Trade.

Read the full report: Việt Nam News

 

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