Kampaiti border experiences surge in exports: Tissue-culture bananas, black sesame, and rubber in abundance

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Lorries laden with export cargoes seen on the Sino-Myanmar border.

According to the Ministry of Commerce, Myanmar primarily shipped tissue-culture bananas, black sesame and rubber to neighbouring China through the Kampaiti border.
Between 1 and 21 November, the Kampaiti border witnessed exports of 7,992 tonnes of tissue-culture bananas worth US$2.767 million, 50 tonnes of black sesame worth $0.078 million and 34 tonnes of natural rubber worth $0.046 million.
Myanmar mostly brought iron sheets, iron pipes, artificial grass, apples, tangerines, ceramic tiles and consumer goods. Imports of 180 tonnes of capital goods worth $0.356 million, 759 tonnes of intermediate goods worth $0.708 million and 389 tonnes of consumer goods worth $0.418 million were registered then.
There is no freight forwarder service running in the Kampaiti border. Companies transport with their trucks. There are no landslides or road blockages along the Kampaiti-Waingmaw-Myitkyina trade channel, and trucks are regularly seen flowing in and out of the Kampaiti border post.
The Kampaiti border aims to achieve a trade target of $4.5 million in November, comprising exports worth $3 million and imports worth $1.5 million. About $4.386 million worth of trade was conducted at the Kampaiti border as of 21 November, accounting for 97.466 per cent of the trade target. — NN/EM

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