Union Minister for Industry U Khin Maung Cho, accompanied by officials, travelled to Shwe Pyi Tha Padamya market and inspected the sales of manufactured goods from the private sector. The Union Minister remarked that there must be no disruptions in moving manufactured goods to the market, selling products systematically, and urged the use of computer aided account systems in area enterprises. He later presented commemorative gifts to the buyers.
Also, the Union Minister visited the Daewoo vehicle production factory, jointly operated with No. 1 Heavy Industries Enterprise in Htauk Kyant, where officials from the Myanmar Trade Center explained about assembling Daewoo buses and mini-buses.
The Union Minister spoke of the importance of properly manufacturing the vehicles and requested that the enterprise systematically protect the environment, beginning in the early construction stages.
Afterward, the Union Minister and party went to Myat Miba Company, which is jointly operated with No. 3 Heavy Industries Enterprise packing paper factory in Thanlyin, and urged that squatters be prevented from entering the factory compound. He also discussed using those empty lands in the compound for the benefit of the state, and to release lands not being used to the people, according to stated rules and regulations, to ensure that the people can perform beneficial works on these lands.