Export of animal products up by almost $50 million from 1 Oct to 9 Nov

Eel is the main export product in earning foreign money, as the eels can be caught year round. Photo Aung win (pyapon)
Eel is the main export product in earning foreign money, as the eels can be caught year round. Photo Aung win (pyapon)

MYANAMR’S exports of animal products from 1 October to 9 November this year topped US$54.8 million, increasing by $49.8 million from this time last year when exports were $5.035 million, the Ministry of Commerce reported.
In the current fiscal year, only private exporters sold animal products, mainly to China, India and Thailand.
The ministry’s statistical report showed that the country earned about $1.5 billion from the export of seven major groups of domestic products—agricultural, animal, forest and aquaculture products, minerals, manufactured goods and other marketable products.
Over the first 40 days of this FY, the private sector exported over $1.2 billion worth of products, with agro products worth $255 million, marine products valued at $99.5 million, minerals worth $139 million, forest products at $21.5 million, manufactured goods valued at $799 billion and miscellaneous products worth $121 million.
During the period, the public sector exported four types of products amounting to $266 million, including $0.049 million worth of minerals, $0.798 million of forest-based products, $228 million in manufactured goods and others worth $36.8 million.—Shwe Khine  (Translated by Khaing Thanda Lwin)

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