Myanmar imports over 16,400 tonnes of cement worth US$1.44 mln in Sept

Myanmar brought in over 16,400 tonnes of cement worth US$1.44 million in September, according to the Ministry of Commerce.
Myanmar imported over 400 tonnes of cement worth $0.075 million by sea and over 16,000 tonnes of cement worth $1.365 million via the border.
Last August, Myanmar also imported over 3,000 tonnes of cement worth $0.302 million from foreign trade partners by sea and about 20,000 tonnes of cement worth $1.585 million via the border, totalling over 23,000 tonnes of cement worth $1.887 tonnes. Myanmar mostly imports cement from Malaysia, China and Thailand through maritime trade and border posts.
Myanmar’s seaborne trade saw imports of over 250 tonnes of cement from Malaysia, over 150 tonnes from China and over 16,000 tonnes from Thailand brought into the country in September via the border. As open season is drawing near, the construction businesses are expected to thrive. Therefore, the cement import is tremendously rising. — NN/EM

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