In the past fiscal year, Myanmar has gained more than 2.93 billion dollars due to the export of agricultural products, which ended at the end of March, which is 315 million USD more than a year ago, according to new government figures show. During the year, agriculture accounted for 25 percent of total export earnings. Beans and legumes top the list ... Read More »
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Myanmar rice exports was suspended in August 7 to sufficient for local consumption due to heavy mons...
Exports of rice from Burma to stop after the floods more farmland flooded last month, raising the sp...
It is expected that stocks of rice from Myanmar to last until December, despite the loss of producti...
Under the development of trade between the EU and Myanmar (TDP), marine products, beans and pulses t...
Sri Lanka’s Ambassador to Myanmar, KWND Karunaratne, made a bid on January 23, during a visit ...
In an effort to grow the agriculture business, Myanmar aims to introduce modern Israeli agricultural application and began conference on cooperation between the two countries, as well as the creation of agricultural research and standard fields in Myanmar. On March 20, the Minister for Agriculture, Livestock and Irrigation headed the talks with Israeli ambassador Daniel Zonshine on these issues, the ministry ... Read More »
Myanmar immediately sends a various of green beans, lentils, to European market, U Sai Ba Nyan, Vice Chairman of the Myanmar Pulses, Beans and Sesame Merchant Association (MPBSMA) said. Currently, we will concentrate on grade mung bean, especially exporting consistent quality standards in Europe. We have obtained a new market. Myanmar manufacture more than 1.5 million tons of pulses and ... Read More »
In the next 10-15 years, there are great business potential for hosting the largest Myanmar rice exports. China has become a major net importer of rice in Myanmar. European Union has opened its Myanmar duty-free import markets. Powerful competition with other exporters in Thailand, Vietnam and Cambodia and improving demand for great quality rice are putting pressure on Myanmar rice sector, ... Read More »
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 »
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 »
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 »
Sri Lanka’s Ambassador to Myanmar, KWND Karunaratne, made a bid on January 23, during a visit to U Than Myint, the Union Minister for Commerce, the assistant secretary said. “[Sri Lanka] wants to buy rice from us, and they want to do it [through the agreement] between governments,” said U Khin Maung Lwin, adding that the discussion will now turn ... Read More »
Despite the flood of investment that accompanies the liberalization of the economy of Myanmar, less than 1 percent was directed to the agricultural sector. US agribusiness giant DuPont believes this is due to the lack of a strong intellectual property legislation, the lack of infrastructure, lack of a viable system of crop insurance, and lack of application of science and ... Read More »
Under the development of trade between the EU and Myanmar (TDP), marine products, beans and pulses that can be exported to Europe. 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. Social Bookmarking Read More »