Pearls and gems emporium continues fourth day in Nay Pyi Taw

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A total of 2,148 lots of jade and 199 sets of gems will be auctioned to local jewellers by the open tender system until 10 April.

The fourth day of sales of pearl and gems in Myanmar Kyats continued yesterday morning at the Mani Yadanar Jade Hall in Nay Pyi Taw.
At the emporium, gem merchants observed the displayed raw gemstones and the jade lots and placed their bids in the bidding boxes, which will be opened on set dates.
On the second and third days of the emporium, 317 lots of pearls were displayed, and all were sold.
A total of 2,148 lots of jade and 199 sets of gems will be auctioned to local jewellers by the open tender system until 10 April. — MNA

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