ARCCI welcomes Indonesian investors to agriculture, livestock sectors


Ayeyawady Region Chambers of Commerce and Industry (ARCCI) invited Indonesian businesspersons to invest in agriculture and livestock businesses, including the production and export of rice, fish and shrimp.
ARCCI officials met Mr Arvinanto Soeriaatmadja, Commercial Attache of Indonesia, at the Pathein Industrial Project meeting hall in Pathein, Ayeyawady Region, on 22 March.
At the meeting, the Commercial Attaché expressed willingness to import rice from Myanmar to meet the growing demand from Indonesia and build bridges between Myanmar businesspersons and Indonesian companies with a common interest in joining hands in rice and other businesses.
Additionally, Indonesian businesspersons have been cordially invited to join the expo that will be held in June at the Embassy of Indonesia to Myanmar.
Additionally, the officials of the ARCCI rediscussed matters on the technology and capital requirements in rice and livestock businesses, inviting Indonesian companies to invest in contract farming and direct export of rice and pulses from Ayeyawady Region to Indonesia and other export opportunities.
The head of the Myanmar Trade Promotion Organization (Ayeyawady Region) addressed the need to make direct contact with Indonesian exporters and buyers via email regarding the digital e-commerce platform. — NN/KK

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