MoC Union Minister calls for ways to tackle challenges of changing trade patterns

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Union Minister for Commerce Dr Pwint San called for discussions on ways to overcome the challenges in each sector due to changes in trade patterns, including changes in product quality standards, new forms of purchase, and export patterns.
The Union minister remarked at the virtual coordination meeting on the continuous development of the rice export process held yesterday morning. At the meeting, he also said the need to work together for those who are involved in the process from cultivation to export, and the need to export the surplus by adjusting to the domestic consumption and the domestic livestock food demands.
Chairman of the Myanmar Rice Federation U Ye Min Aung discussed the status of the priority procedures for the continuous development of rice export, domestic production, exports adjusted to the needs of the local livestock industry, exports of rice products and high-grade rice, and issues related to state’s assistance on the export licence application.
Afterwards, officials from relevant organizations who attended the meeting discussed the needs of each sector throughout the process from agricultural production to export for the development of the rice sector, and the Union minister coordinated the meeting. — MNA

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