MoC collaborates with UMFCCI to export maize and rice, boosting economy

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A vessel is seen berthing at a port in Yangon on 12 May 2024.

According to reports, a total of 5,400 tonnes of maize were exported from Min Htet Min Port (MHM), along with 2,700 tonnes from Shweme Jetty (SMJ) and 4,850 tonnes of rice from Wilmar International Port Terminal. This export initiative, conducted in collaboration between the Ministry of Commerce and the Union of Myanmar Federation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry (UMFCCI), aims to bolster the country’s economy.
Additionally, on 15 May, further exports included 71,900 tonnes of maize and 6,000 tonnes of rice from Sule Port Wharves (SPW), 53,500 tonnes of maize from Myanmar Industrial Port (MIP), 58,400 tonnes and 12,500 tonnes of rice from Ahlon International Port Terminal (AIPT), 29,500 tonnes of maize from The Myanmar Terminal-TMT, 5,400 tonnes of maize from Min Htet Min Port (MHM), 11,000 tonnes from Yangon International Gateway Terminal (YIGT), and 2,700 tonnes of maize from Myanmar Five Star Line (MFSL). These exports are set to continue.— MNA/ TRKM

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