MoPF discusses progress of State macroeconomy

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The MoPF coordination meeting in progress.

The Ministry of Planning and Finance yesterday held a coordination meeting. It focused on suggestions to be reported for short- and medium-term plans by assessing the figures and data based on the progress of the State macroeconomy.
Speaking on the occasion, Union Minister for Planning and Finance U Win Shein said State’s macroeconomic situation was affected by the outbreak of Covid-19 and political changes. He stressed the need to analyze and report the GDP, foreign exchange rate, export and import situation, foreign investment, currency inflation rate, investment of State-owned sector, financial balance and supply of the budget needs, levying taxes, disbursement of loans to the private sector and paying back the loans. Such reports must be submitted weekly, monthly, quarterly and biannually.
Deputy ministers and heads of department discussed the collection of the macroeconomic index for the State, formation of task forces, duty and functions, collaboration with other departments, facts about Myanmar sustainable development plan (MSDP), Covid-19 economic relief plan (CERP), and assessment measures based on three economic objectives of the State Administration Council. — MNA

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