50 jade lots sold so far at gems, jade sales in Nay Pyi Taw

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Merchant appraises a gem stone at the Gems Emporium in Nay Pyi Taw. Photo: MNA

The sale of gems and jade stones at the Gems Emporium continued on 14 November, with a total of 50 jade lots sold, fetching a total of Ks 794.89 million.
The raw and jade stones auction was held for merchants who have started their businesses with a small amount of capital.
Local merchants inspected raw gems and jade stones, which were displayed the inside and outside the exhibition at the Gems hall, and then submitted their bids.
At the exhibition, a total of 1,150 lots from lots numbers 1 to 1,150 will be put on sale on 15 November, 1,150 lots from lots 1,151 to 2,300 will be auctioned on 16 November, and 1,039 lots from lots 2,301 to 3,339 will be put up for sale on 17 November through an open tender system.

—Than Aye
(Translated by Hay Mar)

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