350 gem trading licences set to expire in Feb

A total of 357 gem trading licences are due to expire in February, Myanma Gems Enterprise notified.
Under the approval of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environmental Conservation, those holding available licences (gems and jewellery trading licences, manufacturing licences for finished gems and carvings and rough gemstone and finished products trading licences) issued by the Myanma Gems Enterprise need to proceed to the renewal process three months before the expiry date. They must renew them at least one month before the expiry. Additionally, they can notify Myanma Gems Enterprise of winding down a business with one-month notice before ceasing the operation.
Licence renewal applications can be processed at Myanma Gems Enterprise (Nay Pyi Taw), Gems and Jewellery Museum in Yangon and Mandalay office, mining departments in Mogok, Lonekhin/Phakant, Monghsu and Myitkyina areas, in line with the rules and regulations. Those businesspersons holding expired licences in 2020 and 2021 were urged to reinstate them by the end of December with the relevant departments on 22 September 2023. The licences would get revoked unless it is renewed, Myanma Gems Enterprise notified. — NN/EM

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