A total of 43,000 tons of import and export cargo were handled at Shanghai Pudong International Airport in the first 10 days of this month, up 59.3 percent over the same period in April, the airport’s customs authorities said yesterday.

The figures show that Pudong airport, a major global aviation hub, is gradually recovering vitality since Shanghai implemented tough control measures to contain the latest COVID-19 resurgence since late March. Customs at the airport has made the whole declaration process paperless and offers personalized clearance plans for businesses in key industries such as integrated circuits, biomedicine and automobiles.

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