Gems, jade to be sold in Kyat at emporium from 19 to 24 March

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A trader evaluates a jade stone at the 53rd Gems and Jade Sales in Nay Pyi Taw in 2015.

Raw gems and uncut jade will be sold only in Myanmar kyat at the emporium in Nay Pyi Taw from 19 to 24 March, said Myanmar Gem Emporium Central Committee.
The emporium will be held at Mani Yadana Jade Hall, Nay Pyi Taw under the supervision of Ministry of Natural Resources and Environmental Conservation.
Receiving, negotiation for setting basic price and places for showcasing the gems and jades will be performed with the sellers from 23 February till 9 March, according to the statement issued by the central committee yesterday.
The citizen gems and jewelry entrepreneurs including those carrying out mining and those producing finished products of gems and jade with licenses and permission in accordance with the rules and policies of Myanmar’s gems and members of the Myanmar Gems Entrepreneurs’ Association are allowed to attend the emporium, according to the statement.
They are entitled to buy these gems and jewelry displayed at the emporium by paying the nominated amount of deposit plus entrance fees, said the s
tatement.
Starting on 13 March 2017, application forms for admission to Emporium will be available for download on the website of Ministry of Mines; www.mining.gov.mm and website of Myanma Gems Enterprise; www.mge.gov.mm in order to be filled up ahead, and if desired, submitted through the Online Preregistration System featured by MGE’s Website.
Myanmar Gems Emporium Central Committee announced to contact and ask for further detailed information to Myanmar Gems Emporium Central Committee, Myanmar Gems Enterprise( Nay Pyi Taw), Museum of Gems and Jewelry (Yangon), jade mining department in Lone Khin, Myitkyina, Khamti and Mohnyin , Gems and jewelry mining department in Mandalay, Mogoke and Mongshu.

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