Myanmar, China launch border trade fair 2014 in Muse

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The 14th Myanmar-China Border Trade Fair 2014 was launched at 105th-Mile Trade Zone in Muse, northern Shan State, on 11 December.
It was attended by Deputy Minister for Commerce Dr Pwint Hsan, Deputy Minister for Hotels and Tourism Dr Sai Kyaw Ohn, members of the Shan State cabinet, the commander of North-East Command, the Chinese consul-general from Mandalay, vice governor of Yunnan Province Mr Gao Shuxun and officials.
After the opening ceremony, senior officers of both sides visited the booths at the trade fair. Myanmar displays its products at 92 booths and China has goods on display at 115 booths.
The trade fair will be held up to 13 December.
According to the agreement, Myanmar and China hold the border trade fairs 14 times alternatively, aimed at boosting trade between the two countries.
Myanmar-China trade reached US$7 billion in 2013-14 fiscal year, including US$3.8 billion of border trade.–Aye Mya (Mandalay)

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