MRF-led delegation holds meetings with 8 Philippine companies during visit

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Progress made during the meetings between the MRF and trade and business organizations during their visit to the Philippines.

During their visit to the Philippines, a delegation led by the Chairman of the Myanmar Rice Federation (MRF) engaged in separate meetings with officials from eight Philippine companies. The Philippines stands as the second-largest rice procurement country among the 20 nations that demand Myanmar rice, following China.
The 15-member delegation, headed by the MRF chairman, held discussions with representatives from Philippine companies involved in the purchase of rice, broken rice, maize, and mung beans from Myanmar. The purpose of these meetings, which took place between 6 and 9 June, was to promote trade opportunities, foster relations between businesses in both countries, facilitate communication between organizations, and exchange market data.
One of the notable encounters was with USEC Emmie Liza Perez-Chiong DMD, President & CEO of the Philippine International Trading Corporation (PITC) under the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI). During this meeting, a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) was signed between PITC and MRF, signifying their collaboration.
Additionally, the delegation met Mr George Barcelon, Chairman of the Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PCCI), and other businesspeople at the PCCI Head Office in Manila on 9 June. The discussions primarily revolved around enhancing bilateral trade, promoting private sector development, and fostering communication among business communities in both countries within the ASEAN Economic Community, considering their membership in ASEAN.
The MRF expressed satisfaction with the progress made during these meetings with trade and business organizations in the Philippines. — TWA/KTZH

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