Myanmar’s export sustains momentum

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Export cargo seen being loaded onto the vessel at Yangon Port.

The Ministry of Commerce and UMFCCI (Union of Myanmar Federation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry) jointly exported 17,200 tonnes of corn seeds – 14,500 tonnes via the International Bulk Terminal Thilawa (IBTT) and 2,700 tonnes via the MHM jetty yesterday.
Similarly, the marine products, rice, beans and corn were loaded onto the ship at the AWPT 3.
On 19 April, 6,600 tonnes of corn seeds will be exported via the AIPT 3, and 12,700 tonnes via The Myanmar Terminal (TMT), formerly called Bo Aung Kyaw jetty, on 20 April. — MNA/KTZH

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