Kampaiti border trade earns US$1.881 mln in Nov 2nd week

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Lorries loaded with tissue-culture bananas are seen near the Kampaiti border.

Myanmar’s trade via the Kampaiti border reached US$1.881 million in the second week of November, according to figures from the Ministry of Commerce.
In the first week of November, the country exported 1,900 tonnes of tissue-culture bananas loaded on 76 trucks through Kampaiti.
The tissue banana season starts in November and the export volume in November is higher than in October. The Kampaiti border trade earned $1.881 million – 1.575 million in exports and 0.306 million in imports during the second week of November.
The country mainly exports tissue-culture bananas and imports iron, engines, machines and related materials, iron and steel construction materials, wires, plastic, garments, finished clothes and other commodities.
Currently, the five-year Kampaiti Business Park Project is being implemented by Myanmar Heng Ya Investment Development Company Limited in the Kampaiti region under the permission of the Myanmar Investment Commission.
The project contains six zones and there are shops in Zone E, and the concrete paving processes – 131.6 metres in length, 30 metres in width and 250 millimetres in height – have been carried out in Zone B since October. —TWA/GNLM

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