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The development of marketing cooperatives, together with improvements in postharvest technology in the past few years, have fostered the development of limited exports to the Middle East (Ghosh, 2001). 7). The fruit are sent by road to Malaysia and Singapore, and by air to Hong Kong and Europe. The major part of the Hong Kong market is for fresh litchis (9000 t), while Malaysia and the USA import canned fruit (6000 t). About 26,700 t of litchis worth US$38 million were exported in 1997. In contrast, the longan export trade of 81,600 t fresh, 38,000 t dried and 16,000 t canned or frozen is worth five times this amount (Subhadrabandhu and Yapwattanaphun, 2001a).
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