Agri-produce worth US$ 2.224 mln exported through Maungtaw border

According to the statistics of the Ministry of Commerce, agricultural produce worth US$ 2.224 million were exported to Bangladesh through the Maungtaw trade camp between 1 April and 31 December 2022.
The exported items included 16 tonnes of onion, 1,216 tonnes of areca nut, 716 tonnes of ginger, 735.3 tonnes of djenkol bean, 140 tonnes of jaggery, six tonnes of silk cotton, three tonnes of turmeric root, 333 tonnes of coconut, eight tonnes of chickpea, four tonnes of tamarind paste, five tonnes of peanut, 20 tonnes of black gram, 1,063.3 tonnes of dried plum and 27 tonnes of tomato.
It is reported that the Maungtaw border trade post has been inviting the OSS departments, partner organizations, companies and entrepreneurs to hold a trade promotion meeting once a month, working together on trade matters. — TWA/CT

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