CBM sells another US$ 5.38 million into foreign currency market in February

The Central Bank of Myanmar (CBM) announced the sale of an additional US$5.38 million into the foreign currency market on 14 February. This latest transaction brings the total amount of dollars sold in February to US$24.38 million, as reported. Moreover, alongside the sale of US$5.38 million, CBM has also sold 313.5 million Thai baht and 4 million Chinese yuan in the foreign currency market during February.— TWA/TKO

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