Exports reach $2.90 mln; imports stand at $6,960 on Myanmar-Bangladesh border

Export cargoes are loaded on to the ship at the Sittway border post.

Two Myanmar-Bangladesh border trade posts – Sittway trade camp (Shwe Min Gan) and Maungtaw border trade camp (Kanyinchaung) — exported US$2.90 milllion worth of products and imported products worth $6,960 in June.
Sittway trade camp (Shwe Min Gan) exported $589,161 worth of products and the Maungtaw border trade camp (Kanyinchaung) exported $2,327,948 worth of products.
The export volume of Myanmar was higher and the import volume was only 0.04 per cent of the trade, according to data. The government also conducted COVID-19 tests on the crews who returned from Bangladesh after shipping the goods.
The health officials tested Myanmar crews between 4 and 14 July and 11 tested positive for COVID-19. The patients are in good condition and have recovered.
The government permits only those who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 for embarking and the respective township health departments also provide Booster dose. — TWA/GNLM

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