Kawthoung border conducts trade volume worth US$13.688 mln to Thailand

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A vessel is pictured loading goods at Kawthoung port.

From 1 to 21 February, trade volume between Myanmar and Thailand at the Kawthoung border registered US$13.688 million, according to statistics of the Ministry of Commerce.
The trade post has managed to export 12,841 tonnes of goods worth US$11.98 million and import 5,646.17 tonnes of goods valued $1.688 million, totalling $13.688 million worth trade volume.
Between 1 and 29 January, Myanmar earned $19.663 million from exports and $0.847 million from imports, the total trade value of $20.51 million. The Ministry of Commerce announced that millions of dollars were pocketed due to the main export of fishery products through the FOB system.
The most export products are variety of fish, oil-palm and nipa palm. The most import goods are gasoline, diesel, cassava powder, hydrogen peroxide, sodium carbonate, salt, ice box, silicon, charcoal powder, quicklime powder, various goods, battery, oil-palm seeds and bird nests. — TWA/CT

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