The launching ceremony of the TDP was held in Nay Pyi Taw on October 6, in the presence of the Minister of Trade Union Win Myint, EU Ambassador Roland Kobia and international entrepreneurs.
The TDP will be conducted with the technical assistance of the GIZ or German Corporation for International Cooperation, a specialist in international development company.
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The budget of 10.5 million euros (Ks15.4 million) was funded by the European Union and Germany.
Myanmar fish is already available in Europe and soybean soon appear under the EU regulations.
A trader said: “We are able to export to the EU at a time mung beans are harvested in Kayan and Thongwa next year, the volume will be 10,000 or 20,000 tons per year .. buy our products only when the quality We are expectations. We are able to export wheat for the next harvest in Europe. “
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