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China Daily / 2021-02 / 23 / Page014

Capital Customs shrugs off COVID impact

By ZHONG NAN | China Daily | Updated: 2021-02-23 00:00

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Not long ago, the Customs' supervision zone at Beijing Capital International Airport was stacked with a large number of imported contagion prevention and control goods like masks and protective gowns.

Not anymore. China's effective COVID-19 control measures mean such products have given way to high-end passenger vehicles, auto parts and other industrial and consumer goods shipped from countries such as Germany, the Netherlands, Japan, the United States and South Africa.

The import volume of wines, candies and cosmetics notably surged during the Spring Festival holiday period.

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