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May 28, 2019
8:40PM

Key land port on China-Nepal border to resume cargo service tomorrow

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A key land port on the China-Nepal border will resume its cargo service tomorrow, four years after it was closed due to the 2015 massive earthquake.

Tibetan regional government spokesperson Tashi Gyatso said in a press conference today that China and Nepal will hold the reopening ceremony tomorrow.

Zham port, the most important highway port on the border of China and Nepal, cleared more than 90 per cent of trade between the two countries before the earthquake devastated Nepal and some border areas in Tibet in 2015.

The earthquake caused severe damage to the port, roads, bridges and other facilities, forcing the port to close. Deputy head of the Tibetan regional commerce department Yang Guoliang, said only the cargo service would be resumed after scientific assessment.

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