317 pearl lots sold out in Pearl and Gems Emporium

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Sales of pearl and gems lots in Myanmar kyat for April 2021 will last ten days from 1 to 10 April.

A total of 317 pearl lots displayed at Pearl and Gems Emporium were sold out at K1,427,262,123.
Of 317 pearl lots, 212 lots of pearls were sold on the second day and 105 lots in the third-day emporium session.
The third-day emporium session was held at the Mani Yadana Jade Hall in Nay Pyi Taw yesterday.
Union Minister for Natural Resources and Environmental Conservation U Khin Maung Yi, in his capacity as Patron of Myanmar Gems Emporium Committee, Deputy Minister U Min Min Oo and committee members inspected tenders’ submission, closure of tenders and opening of tenders for scrutiny and sales of pearl lots. Sales of pearl and gems lots in Myanmar kyat for April 2021 will last ten days from 1 to 10 April. — MNA

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