Myanmar-Thai border trade logs US$4.06 bln in 2023-24 FY

According to Daw Cho Thet Mu, the Deputy Director of the Trade Policy Division within the Trade Department under the Ministry of Commerce, the trade volume between Myanmar and Thailand reached US$4.06 billion via land borders during the period from April 2023 to February 2024 in the 2023-24 Financial Year.
Breaking down the figures, Myanmar exported goods worth $2.86 billion while importing $1.20 billion, resulting in a total trade value of $4.06 billion within the specified period.
Daw Cho Thet Mu stated, “For the Myanmar-Thai border trade from 1 April to 25 February of the 2023-24 FY, Myanmar exported goods worth $2.86 billion and imported goods worth $1.20 billion. Currently, the trade surplus stands at $1.66 billion for Myanmar”.
The main export products include CMP products, agricultural produce, and fishery products. On the other hand, Myanmar imports construction materials, equipment, machines and accessories, medicines, raw materials for factory use, fertilizers, foods, cosmetics, and electronic items from Thailand.
The Myanmar-Thai border trade posts encompass Myawady, Tachilek, Kawthoung, Myeik, Hteekhee, Mawtaung, and Maese. — ASH/ TMT

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