Myanmar ships rice worth $82.33 mln to foreign countries in Nov

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Rice bags are seen to be exported to foreign markets.

Myanmar generated earnings of US$82.33 million from rice and broken rice exports in November 2022, according to the Ministry of Commerce’s statistics.
Myanmar’s seaborne rice exports to international trade partners amounted to $47.64 million from over 122,150 tonnes in November 2022, with over 105,750 tonnes to Asian countries and over 16,390 tonnes to European Union member countries.
Last month, Myanmar sent 66,050 tonnes to Bangladesh, 23,120 to the Philippines, 15,130 to China, over 870 to Malaysia, over 230 to Hong Kong, over 130 to Viet Nam, 125 to Lebanon and 40 to Australia while a small volume is delivered to Chinese Taipei and Singapore. Moreover, Myanmar conveyed over 5,150 tonnes of rice to Poland, 1,480 to Bulgaria, 1,620 to Romania, over 1,700 to Slovenia, 1,750 each to Lithuania and Spain, 750 to Italy, over 600 to Germany, over 300 to Greece, 250 to Portugal, 200 to Croatia, 500 to England and small volume to other European countries respectively.
Myanmar’s rice export by sea was up by 19,600 tonnes in November from over 102,500 tonnes in October.
In November, Myanmar exported a total of 157,950 tonnes of rice to China by sea and border channels. The export volume indicated an increase of 47,900 tonnes from October.
Last month, Myanmar maritime trade saw 37,590 tonnes of broken rice exports valued at $13.657 million, with 30,690 tonnes to EU countries, 6,508 to Asian countries and 390 to New Guinea. The export volume was down by 6,400 compared to that of last month.
On the other hand, over 22,680 tonnes of broken rice worth $8.146 million were exported via cross-border points in November, with over 21,358 tonnes flowing to China and 1,325 to Thailand.
The overall broken rice exports through maritime and border trade routes were estimated at 60,270 tonnes, which was down by 1,000 tonnes from October’s export volume. — TWA/EMM

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