MDY Intl Trade Fair & Investment Forum 2023 to include musical entertainment

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The image shows the handout from the MDY Intl Trade Fair and Investment Forum 2023.

The daily musical entertainment will be seen together with the Mandalay International Trade Fair and Investment Forum 2023, according to the Mandalay Region Chamber of Commerce and Industry- MRCCI.
The event will be held at the Mandalay Convention Centre in Chanmyathazi Township, Mandalay Region, from 20 to 22 December. A programme of music performances by artistes was also added during the event.
“The exhibition and forum will be held from 20 to 22 December. A total of 262 booths will be opened for display and sale. The products that will be displayed are food and consumer goods, agricultural produce and agricultural machinery. There is also a musical entertainment programme for visitors during the exhibition,” said U Win Htay, Chairman of the Mandalay Region Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
Singers No No, Aung Ye Kyaw, July Wint Htel, Pann Eaindra Nway and Anoni Mus will entertain with songs.
The Mandalay International Trade Fair and Investment Forum 2023 will include agriculture and livestock forums, as well as tourism and energy sector forums.
The Mandalay International Trade Fair and Investment Forum was held once in 2019 in Mandalay Region. — ASH/KZL

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