Kampaiti border set to hit US$5M trade target in June

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The photo shows some trucks passing the Kampaiti border checkpoint.

The trade value at the Kampaiti border post between Myanmar and China is expected to meet a target of US$5 million in June in the 2024-2025 financial year, including exports worth $4 million and imports worth $1 million, according to the Ministry of Commerce.
The actual trade value as of 10 June was $11.856 million, comprising exports worth $7.255 million and imports worth $4.6 million, performing over 237 per cent of the trade target.
The main export items at the Kampaiti border were tissue-culture banana, dried chilli, onion, dried mango slice, fresh areca nut, black cardamom, various pulses, tamarind with seeds and aluminium scrap. Meanwhile, Myanmar imports capital goods, intermediate goods, construction materials, consumer goods, fruits and fuel oil.
The export volumes on 9-10 June 2024 were 325 tonnes of tissue culture banana worth $0.113 million, 534.7 tonnes of onion worth $0.212 million, 90.3 tonnes of black cardamom worth $0.18 million, 24.2 tonnes of dried chilli pepper worth $0.036 million, five tonnes of fresh areca nut worth $0.008 million and 1,088 tonnes of pulses worth $0.842 million.
The main import items are hollow pipe, iron pipe, ceramic tiles, tyres, tangerine, apples, pears, clothing and fuel oil. The import volumes stood at 68.8 tonnes of capital goods worth $0.168 million, 240 tonnes of intermediate goods worth $0.8 million and 216.4 tonnes of consumer goods worth $0.183 million. — NN/KK

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