Myanmar-China trade volume exceeds US$2 bln from April 2022 to half of Jan 2023

The Mang Wein checkpoint in Muse on the Sino-Myanmar border.

The trade volume between Myanmar and China reached up to US$2159.412 million between April 2022 and half of January 2023 in the financial year 2022-2023, according to the Ministry of Commerce.
The export value was $1801.501 million and the import value was $357.911 million.
Myanmar conducts cross-border trade with China through such border posts as Muse, Lweje, Chinshwehaw, Kampaiti, and Kengtung and the trade volume through the Muse border alone amounted to 90 per cent of the total.
Between April 2022 and half of January 2023, Myanmar’s trade through Muse was valued at $1762.051 million. The trade values were registered at $105.735 million on the Lweje border and $215.603 million in Chinshwehaw. The Kampaiti border earned worth $66.416 million and the Kengtung border witnessed trade worth $9.607 million.—TWA/MKKS

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