Myanmar-China economic and trade cooperation discussion, signing ceremony held

The Myanmar Trade Promotion Organization under the Ministry of Commerce, and the Lancang People’s Government in Yunnan Province, the People’s Republic of China, are co-hosting Myanmar (Nay Pyi Taw)-China (Lancang) Trade Fair from 25 to 28 May. As part of the programme of the second day, the Myanmar-China economic and trade cooperation discussion and the signing ceremony took place at the Plenary Hall of the Myanmar International Convention Centre II (MICC-II) yesterday morning.
First of all, Lancang cultural dance troupes from the People’s Republic of China performed traditional Chinese dances at the ceremony. Afterwards, Director-General Daw Naw Muta Kapaw of the Myanmar Trade Promotion Organization, Economic and Commercial Counsellor Mr Tan Shufu from the Chinese Embassy, and Director Mr Zhou Yongzhi of the Lancang Commerce Department gave their opening speeches. Next, companies from Myanmar and China presented the conditions under which the two countries will be able to cooperate in trade.
Then, 17 companies from both countries signed nine agreements on cooperation and trade in areas such as agricultural products, foodstuffs, soft drinks and beverages, pharmaceutical products, household electronics, and electric vehicles. — MNA/CT

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