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Fresh grown: A customer buys fruit at a stall in Taipei. Most fruit grown in Taiwan is consumed domestically, but the vast majority of exports go to China, which blocked some fish and fruit imports this week. — AP

BEIJING: China halted some trade with Taiwan in retaliation to the high-profile visit of US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to the island.

China’s General Administration of Customs said in a statement yesterday that some fish and fruit imports were suspended due to excessive pesticide residue detected “multiple times” on products since last year, as well as some frozen fish packages that tested positive for coronavirus in June.

The Ministry of Commerce said in a separate statement it banned natural sand exports based on provisions of related law, but gave no further details.

Beijing has often targetted Taiwan’s agricultural industry for punishment over political issues.

Many of southern Taiwan’s fruit-producing regions are typically bastions of political support for President Tsai Ing-wen’s Democratic Progressive Party, which advocates for Taiwan’s formal independence.

China caught Taiwan off guard last year when it suddenly blocked pineapple imports from there. Beijing later halted imports of wax and sugar apples last September.

While most fruit produced in Taiwan is consumed domestically, the vast majority of exports go to China.

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The trade actions followed a Taiwanese media report that China on Monday banned food imports from more than 100 suppliers.

China is Taiwan’s largest trading partner, with bilateral trade rising 26% on year to US$328.3bil (RM1.46 trillion) last year. Taiwan held a sizable surplus against China, with exports from the island exceeding imports by US$172bil (RM766.6 bil), according to Chinese customs data.

While Beijing could leverage that advantage by sanctioning exporters, China also relies on Taiwan for semiconductor supplies.

Two-way trade between the two totalled US$165bil (RM735.5bil) in the first half of this year, with Taiwan’s surplus with China at US$79.8bil (RM355.7bil).

Even Pay, an analyst at consultancy Trivium China in Beijing, said more trade disruptions can be expected between China and Taiwan while tensions remain high.

She said it was “common practice” for Beijing to identify minor compliance issues and enforce rules very strictly with trade partners, citing the example of Canadian canola after Meng Wanzhou, chief financial officer of Huawei Technologies Co, was detained.

“It looks like stepped up military exercises announced on Tuesday night may disrupt shipping in the region through Sunday at least, particularly into ports in Taiwan and Fujian, but also for any cargoes that might typically pass through the area around Taiwan,” said Pay.

The sand export ban cuts off the island’s main source of the construction material. With grains about five millimeters wide or less, natural sand is typically used to produce things like concrete and asphalt.

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