Myanmar’s H1 trade centred on China, Thailand, and Singapore

Myanmar carried out trade with foreign trade partners through maritime trade and border trade channels.
China, Thailand and Singapore are the leading trade partners with Myanmar in the first half months (April-September) of the current financial year 2023-2024, according to the Ministry of Commerce.
Myanmar’s foreign trade totalled US$16.077 billion in H1, with exports worth $7.623 billion and imports valued at $8.454 billion.
China stood as the main trade partner of Myanmar in H1, with the trade value reaching $4.503 billion, comprising exports worth $1.54 billion and imports worth $2.96 billion, followed by Thailand and Singapore respectively.
The value of trade between Myanmar and Thailand amounted to $3.068 billion, with exports worth $2.035 billion and imports worth $1.833 billion.
The trade value with Singapore hit $1.812 billion, with exports worth $72.356 million and imports worth $1.74 billion.
Myanmar carried out trade with foreign trade partners through maritime trade and border trade channels. — TWA/KK

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