Trade value of China-Myanmar Wang Ding route reaches US$560 million

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The Kyinsankyawt-Wang Ding border post.

According to Chinese news on the border, during the first half of 2022, the export and import trade value of the China-Myanmar border region reached 560 million US dollars.
From January to June 2022, China-Myanmar exports and imports amounted to 6,228,000 tonnes with a trade value of 3.798 billion Chinese yuan (US$560 million), according to the news agency of China’s Dehong Dai.
In June 2022, 90,000 trucks were entering and exiting the country through the Manman route of the China-Myanmar Wang Ding border crossing, and 304 trucks were entering and leaving the country every day.
It is reported that the value of transportation trade during the month reached 1.3 billion Chinese Yuan (nearly $192 million).
Compared to 2019 before the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic, the daily volume of goods transported through the Wang Ding border on the Manman route has recovered 55.5 per cent, and the daily trade volume has increased.
Through the Wang Ding border post, agricultural produce including sugarcane, mango, watermelon, fish and crabs are reported to be exported.
According to the report of the Ministry of Commerce of Myanmar, from 1 January to 1 July 2022, the value of China-Myanmar border trade has reached more than $1.036 billion, and the trade value of Muse border trade has reached more than $819 million.
China-Myanmar border trade from January to 5 August 2022 was worth more than $1.25 billion, and more than $1 billion can be traded from the Muse border, according to the ministry’s statistics.
Among the routes on the Muse border, only the Wang Ding checkpoint is being used for trade, and the driver replacement system is being used. — TPT/GNLM

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