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Myanmar handicraft makers are required to increase the creative industry on intellectual property rights law

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Myanmar Handicraft entrepreneur urged the government to speed up the adoption of legislation in the field of intellectual property protection for artists, musicians, craftsmen’s innovation. Intellectual property rights, including in the business area of arts and crafts playing an important role in Myanmar, said Daw Ei Ei, Secretary of Myanmar arts and crafts association speak at a press conference in Yangon. ... Read More »

Rattan Crafts in Myanmar

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Rattan also called cane comes from Malay phrase Rotan. There are several relative species in Australia and Africa, there are said that this type of plant is rich in Asian tropical regions. This plant is located at an altitude geographically climbing up to 3000 meters above sea level. Based on expert research, there are about 600 unlike species and 13 corresponding generas. ... Read More »

Dried Tea Exports To Thailand

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Within January 21 to 27, Myanmar-Thailand border Tachilek trade center exports worth $35802, nearly 92 tons of dried tea. In early January it had shipped 39 tons. So, Tachilek to Thailand had exported more than 130 tons of dried tea. Mandalay, Mogoke township tea plantations has resulted in successful. Read Also: Government to Help Hotels Open Shops of Handicrafts “Some of ... Read More »

Government to Help Hotels Open Shops of Handicrafts

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If they want to open a traditional handicraft shop at the hotel, the hotels and tourism Ministry will help the hotel, U Htay Aung, Hotel and Tourism Minister says. “Hotel owners can contact us at any time if they want to open a souvenir stores in Myanmar handicraft at the hotel. We will help them to open sales council craft ” he ... Read More »

Myanmar Discovers New World Export Markets

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In July 1st week, Myanmar exports to the Americas, got $ 28 million, from the start of the current fiscal year in April, according to the Ministry of Commerce. “These eight countries are the countries in the Americas, we have exported. Among them, the majority of exports go to the United States, The United States, Canada, Cuba, Panama, Colombia, Argentina, ... Read More »

Myanmar Agriculture Is Trying To Grow To Its Potential

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The highest level of investment and access to credit are important for the development of the Myanmar agriculture sector, to realize its full potential, according to experts. Agriculture remains the basis of Myanmar’s economy, despite the growth of industrial and mining activities in recent years. This sector is expected to account for about 45 percent of GDP, while providing employment ... Read More »

Completed national export strategy in October

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The implementation of Myanmar’s National Export Strategy (NES) is to start in October, according to the Ministry of Commerce (MOC). NES formulation was carried out in four stages, which contain pre-contract and control sector selection, design and implementation – while the implementation phase is expected to be implemented in the near future. Read Also: Philippines to Import Myanmar Rice At each ... Read More »

Philippines to Import Myanmar Rice

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Representatives of the Governments of Myanmar and the Philippines will sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for the export of Myanmar rice in the Philippines. “We have been trying to export our rice to their country, which is one of the largest rice importers in the world.” We are now approaching the signing of the memorandum of understanding, “said U ... Read More »

Export Income Dips despite Marine, Forest Products Upturn

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Revenue from exports in the fiscal year 2015-16 have dipped as most of the major export sectors of marine and forest products, except worse than the market. As of 5 February 2015-16 years, only marine and forest products sectors saw increases in exports, but other sectors of the indicators have been disappointing. This led to a $ 1.22 billion fall ... Read More »

Fishery Export Earnings Set To Decline In The Years 2015-16

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Revenue from fish exports in fiscal year 2015-16 will be lower than in the previous fiscal year, said Myanmar Fisheries Federation (MFF). According to statistical data to MFF, in the years 2015-16 fiscal year on January 31 the export of fisheries products stood at $ 372 million. On March 31, when the current year ends, the figure could be about ... Read More »

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