606 rice storage facilities registered in MyRo

According to the Department of Consumer Affairs, as of 6 May, 606 registered warehouses can store 50 tonnes of rice or 5,000 baskets and above.
For domestic rice sufficiency, systematic export of rice, stabilization of market price, registration of rice storage conditions and implementation of a financial system based on storage receipts, steps have been taken to register the rice storage facilities via Myanmar Rice Online (www.myro.com.mm) since 3 November 2023.
As of 6 May 2024, 197 warehouses of 94 companies and 409 warehouses of 221 individuals, totalling 606 warehouses, have been registered, according to the department.
Therefore, storage facilities that can store 50 tonnes of rice or 5,000 rice baskets and above for economic reasons have been notified to register their facilities. — TPT

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