Pearl and gems emporium in April 2021 continues for fifth day

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Gemstone merchants are viewing the pearl and gem lots at the emporium yesterday.

Fifty-five of 199 gem lots were sold through an open tender on the fifth-day session of the pearl and gems emporium in April 2021 at the Mani Yadana Jade Hall in Nay Pyi Taw yesterday.
Open tenders for No 1 to No 450 jade lots were closed at 11 am yesterday, and the jade lots to be sold will be announced at 8 am today.
Gem merchants checked jade lots displayed in the hall and put price proposals into the tender boxes.
Winning price proposals will be announced for jade lots No 451 to No 900 on 7 April morning, that of jade lots No 901 to 1350 on 8 April morning, that of jade lots No 1351 to No 1800 on 9 April morning and that of jade lots No 1801 to No 2145 on 10 April morning. — MNA

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