Myanmar imports over 3,500 tonnes of cement via sea route in Oct

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Myanmar imported over 3,500 tonnes of cement worth US$0.360 million from foreign countries through maritime trade in October, according to the Ministry of Commerce.
The country brought in over 3,000 tonnes from Thailand, over 400 from China and about 150 from Malaysia. The seaborne import of cement saw an increase of 900 tonnes compared to the corresponding period last year.
Meanwhile, the country imported over 25,000 tonnes of cement worth $2.034 million from the neighbouring country Thailand through the cross-border trade posts in October. The cross-border import indicated an increase of 2,800 tonnes from the year-ago period.
The cement prices were stable in the domestic market in the second week of November, ranging from K10,200 to K14,000 per bag depending on different brands.— TWA/GNLM

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