55 cargo ships to dock in Myanmar in August

One merchant vessel is seen berthing alongside the Yangon Port.

The Myanmar government is providing more support to export and import sectors to facilitate the trade flows of locally-produced products. A total of 55 cargo ships will dock at Yangon Port and Thilawa Port in August, according to the Myanma Port Authority.
Myanmar mainly exports maritime products, forest products, agricultural produce and fishery products, while it imports raw textile, construction materials, machinery and commodities. The trade inflows via maritime routes are operating as usual.
As the country boasts of proper sea trade, it benefits the shippers, entrepreneurs, agricultural and livestock businesses and also can create job opportunities. Therefore, 55 cargo ships will dock at five ports in Yangon and two ports in Thilawa Ports this month. — Nyein Thu(MNA)/GNLM

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