Goods relocation approved from Lweje border to maritime transport or alternate checkpoints

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The Trade Department under the Ministry of Commerce notified on 12 April that exporters and importers are allowed to be shifted to other border posts to facilitate trade amid the transport disruption at Myanmar-China Lweje trade zone after receiving export and import licence for the goods before 2 April.
If they want to change the mode of transport to maritime routes, authorities will give a green light to it as well.
The importers of vehicles, machinery and tractors are allowed to move to the Tachilek border and maritime trade channel. For other goods, traders can bring in and out of them through Kenglat-Wangpong, Tachilek, Kawthoung, Yangon-Kawthoung-Ranong, Ranong-Kawthoung-Yangon and Myeik border channels.
Myanmar conducts border trade with China through the Muse, Lweje, Chinshwehaw, Kampaiti and Kengtung borders. Muse is the principal trade post among them. — NN/EM

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