Myawady border trade surpasses US$35.487 mln in July 3rd week

The value of trade through the Myawady border with neighbouring Thailand amounted to US$35.487 million in the third week of July, the Ministry of Commerce’s statistics indicated.
Export via Myawady was worth $10.382 million and imports were valued at $25.105 million between 15 and 21 July.
The trade figures showed a drop of $5.257 million compared to that of the previous week, with a decrease of $0.297 million in exports and $5.554 million in imports.
Exports of mineral products and finished goods increased yet the exports of fishery products, agricultural products and other goods declined.
Imports of capital goods and consumer goods moved up. However, imports of raw materials fell by $8.747 million compared to that of last week.
Myawady border saw a decrease in exports ($0.297 million) of corn, tamarind with seeds, dried ginger, onion, fresh chilli pepper, cucumber seeds, bitter gourd seeds, dried aloe vera, shrimp, crab, eel, clothes and other goods in the third week of July.
Imports of fish nets, vehicles and auto parts, aircon, engines, equipment, electrical appliances and installation tools, iron and steel, motorcycle parts, bike parts and components, microscope, cameras, chemical equipment, petroleum products, fertilizer, synthetic leather products, raw rubber materials, raw minerals, tyre and tube, home-use sewing machines, bulbs and lights, cotton, pharmaceuticals, soap, toothpaste, furniture, cosmetic, tobacco products, lace products, clothes, kitchen wares and other goods rose this week ending 21 July. — TWA/EM

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